by Batal Kobakhia and Liana Kvarchelia SUKHUMI–Ever since Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze began to refer to the Bosnian model of peace enforcement this January for the resolution of the Georgian-Abkhazian conflict, tensions have been rising in Abkhazia. Indeed, events this year could have been designed to create a pretext for a forced resolution of the […]

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