Everyone involved in Abkhazia’s frozen conflict–the governments in Tbilisi and Sukhumi, the government-in-exile, and the refugees–is failing to take responsibility for a solution. ZUGDIDI, Georgia–Zugdidi has a pronounced Wild West atmosphere. Situated five kilometres from the de facto border with the separatist region of Abkhazia, this town in western Georgia lies inside the (frozen) conflict […]
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