Under Siege: Inter-ethnic Relations in De Facto Abkhazia
by Szakonyi David (9781849040204)

Under Siege: Inter-ethnic Relations in De Facto Abkhazia

Szakonyi David

Release Date: 01 October 2009
Format: Hardback
Pages: 159
Category: International Relations
Publisher: C. Hurst & Co.
ISBN: 9781849040204

Under Siege is the first book in any language to document and analyse the ethno-political dynamics of Abkhazia - a region located in the north eastern corner of the Black Sea - which broke away from the post-Soviet Republic of Georgia following a bloody civil war. For fifteen years the region was a de facto independent, though internationally unrecognized, state, until August of 2008, when the short war over South Ossetia (another breakaway territory) ended in Russias official declaration that Abkhazia and South Ossetia were sovereign.

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