Defining Russia’s relationship with Georgia’s isolated Akhalkalaki. A TOL partner post from EurasiaNet by Anatol Lieven The mainly Armenian-populated Georgian region of Akhalkalaki has never declared independence from Georgia, or even autonomy within Georgia. But then, one might say that it has never really needed to. Isolated in its bowl of mountains, linked to Georgia […]

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