Yet again in the Caucasus, the internally displaced are being treated as pawns in a game without rules. by TOL Historically, the Caucasus has been a place of “>displaced people, but that is no reason to pass off the recent protests by internal refugees in Georgia as just another mini-crisis. On the other hand, neither […]

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