Interrelations of Russia with South Ossetia and with Abkhazia in the Comparative Perspective




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Kazin F.A. Interrelations of Russia with South Ossetia and with Abkhazia in the Comparative Perspective . – Polis. Political Studies. 2009. No. 1. P. 130-142. (In Russ.)



Abstract

Abkhazia is, evidently, oriented to up-building of a full-fledged independent state, whereas South Ossetia – to entering the Russian Federation. This latter circumstance allows Russia to use the process of reunification of the two Ossetias as a pilot project of amalgamation of a region immediately within Northern Caucasus. Today Russia has received a chance to practically work out approaches to settling the no simple intra-elite contradictions emerging in the course of any such amalgamation.


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