Georgia, Two Years after the War with Russia

An article by Ahto Lobjakas of the RFE/RL research unit shows how far Georgian policy is from the sort of concessions that Dmitri Trenin recommended. (See previous post.)

Instead of engaging with the populations of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, as EU representatives have recommended, the Georgian government seems to have chosen political confrontation.  This is likely to tie both regions closer to Russia and to militate against a settlement that could permit some Georgian refugees to return to their homes in Abkhazia and South Ossetia.

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