May’s flare-up of violence in Abkhazia is a reminder of a war that never really went away by Jonathan Cohen After four years of unstable cease-fire, the frozen conflict between Georgia and the disputed territory of Abkhazia came very close to war this spring. Hostilities on the border between Abkhazia and Georgia had an intensity […]

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