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Opinion | It’s time for Georgia to challenge its narrative of the August War

Over a decade after the August War, Georgia’s government and society need to reexamine how we look at these conflicts.

Opinion | It’s time for Georgia to challenge its narrative of the August War

By Maia Nukri Tabidze

Over a decade after the August War, Georgia’s government and society need to reexamine how we look at these conflicts.

New ‘borderisation’ in South Ossetia cuts off property of two Georgian families 

Russian border guards began setting up new fences in the village of Gugutiantkari on 7 August.

New ‘borderisation’ in South Ossetia cuts off property of two Georgian families 

Russian border guards began setting up new fences in the village of Gugutiantkari on 7 August.

Cautious optimism: Abkhazia’s Russian recognition ten years on

Abkhazia moves forward ten years after Russian recognition, but struggles to forget the past.

Cautious optimism: Abkhazia’s Russian recognition ten years on

By Neil Hauer

Abkhazia moves forward ten years after Russian recognition, but struggles to forget the past.

Backlash against Georgian wrestlers follows month of ‘Russia controversies’

The backlash follows controversies in restaurant chain Machakhela, nightclub Bassiani, and with news site Radio Tavisupleba.

Backlash against Georgian wrestlers follows month of ‘Russia controversies’

The backlash follows controversies in restaurant chain Machakhela, nightclub Bassiani, and with news site Radio Tavisupleba.

Georgians and Ossetians mark 10th anniversary of August War

Georgian presidential candidate Salome Zurabishvili called the war ‘recklessness, the obsessions of a deranged president, or confusing collusion’.

Georgians and Ossetians mark 10th anniversary of August War

Georgian presidential candidate Salome Zurabishvili called the war ‘recklessness, the obsessions of a deranged president, or confusing collusion’.

Opinion | Georgia should shake up its conflict policy, and recognise the Abkhazians and Ossetians as sides

Even after 25 years, it’s clear that none of the parties in the conflicts (not one, but three conflicts) on Georgia’s territory have been able to reach their goals.

Opinion | Georgia should shake up its conflict policy, and recognise the Abkhazians and Ossetians as sides

By Paata Zakareishvili

Even after 25 years, it’s clear that none of the parties in the conflicts (not one, but three conflicts) on Georgia’s territory have been able to reach their goals.

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