2 edition of Report on ethnic conflict in the Russian Federation and Transcaucasia, July 1993 found in the catalog.
Report on ethnic conflict in the Russian Federation and Transcaucasia, July 1993
by Strengthening Democratic Institutions Project, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University in [Cambridge, Mass.]
Written in English
|Statement||[prepared by Fiona Hill with research assistance from Pamela Jewett].|
|Contributions||Jewett, Pamela., Harvard University. John F. Kennedy School of Government. Strengthening Democratic Institutions Project.|
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As a result, a situation of dual power existed in that region from July to October inwith two administrations claiming legitimacy on: Moscow, Russia. Cambridge Core - Russian and East European Government, Politics and Policy - Ethnic Struggle, Coexistence, and Democratization in Eastern Europe - by Sherrill StroscheinCited by: 4 It must be noted, however, that ethnic conflict in such situations is possible, and when it does occur, it is likely to be significantly more severe than in cases of less intermingled settlement patterns.
Conflict in intermingled states would tend not to be over a part of the state's territory and its affiliation but over the control of the state apparatus, that is, the entire territory of Cited by: Russia (Russian: Россия), officially called the Russian Federation (Russian: Российская Федерация) is a country that is in Eastern Europe and in North is the largest country in the world by land area.
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This Law Library of Congress' report reviews legal aspects of Russia's invasion into Georgia in August and Russia's recognition of Georgia's separatist enclaves' independence. The report includes an analysis of Russian domestic laws and relevant international law applicable to the situation, as well as an evaluation of Russia's legal justification for its actions.
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In a broader sense, one can view the Georgian–Abkhaz conflict as part of a geopolitical conflict in the Caucasus region, intensified at the end of the 20th century with the dissolution of the Soviet Union in Status: Ongoing.
The Sukhumi massacre took place on Septemduring and after the fall of Sukhumi into separatist hands in the course of the War in Abkhazia. It was perpetrated against Georgian civilians of Sukhumi, mainly by militia forces of Abkhaz separatists, their North Caucasian and Russian allies.
It became part of a violent ethnic cleansing campaign carried out by the : Septem The Russo-Georgian War was a war between Georgia, Russia and the Russian-backed self-proclaimed republics of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. The war took place in August following a period of worsening relations between Russia and Georgia, both formerly constituent republics of the Soviet fighting took place in the strategically important Transcaucasia on: Georgia, South Ossetia, Abkhazia.
The Russian Federation's views on future conflict and the utility of force were never limited to small wars and insurgencies.
Local conflicts were the most immediate concern in the early s, when the collapse of the Soviet Union resulted in the eruption of several violent conflicts on its periphery and within its own : Bettina Renz.GEORGIA/ABKHAZIA: VIOLATIONS OF THE LAWS OF WAR AND RUSSIA'S ROLE IN THE CONFLICT The Role of the Russian Federation in the Conflict.
At the end of Julyit was largely Russian.Ethnic cleansing (–) The Human Rights Watch report which was drafted in and included detailed account of the war crimes and atrocities committed during the war concludes that, "Human Rights Watch finds Abkhaz forces responsible for the foreseeable wave of revenge, human rights abuse, and war crimes that was unleashed on the Georgian population in Sukhumi and other parts of on: Abkhazia, Georgia (country).