List of articles in category Analysis
Abkhazia Three Years After Recognition, by George Hewitt
Abkhazia’s Third Anniversary as a Recognised State: Achievements and Possibilities, by Charlotte Hille
26th of August 2011, by Richard Berge
Time is on Abkhaz side, by Laurent Vinatier
Kosovo and Abkhazia: A Revised Comparative Analysis
UN Membership: Recognition of Things as They Are, by Rene Wadlow
Ossetia war, what a change in three years, by Patrick Armstrong
A misguided strategy: Georgia’s attempts to create a ‘united Caucasus’ will be met with indifference in Abkhazia, by Oleg Damenia
The politics behind the Georgian parliaments recognition of the Circassian genocide, by Inal Khashig
Сomment on an article in the Vanuatu Independent: To Tamar Vashakidze and the people of Vanuatu
Virtual Motion of the UN General Assembly
Sergei Bagapsh: Politician who guided the Republic of Abkhazia through its troubled beginnings, by George Hewitt
Reply: "US Senate to consider resolution on Russia's occupation of Georgia"
Misadventures in "Paradise", By Wayne Madsen
Abkhazian election: the President is dead, long live the President! By Inal Khashig
Abkhazia after Bagapsh, by Sergey Markedonov
Sergei Bagapsh, he came to give freedom… By Nikolai Zlobin
Georgia is swimming in murky waters! By Fehim Tastekin
Abkhaz Leader Sergei Bagapsh Dies, by Liz Fuller
International law and the Russian “occupation” of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, by Richard Berge
The Human Rights Center Calls Upon the Government of Georgia To Apologize to Abkhaz and Ossetian Peoples in the Name of Georgian State
Abkhazia Again ‘Struggling for Independence’ -- But Now Perhaps ‘From Russia,’ Moscow Observer Says, by Paul Goble
1867 and all that: Abkhaz, Circassians and Georgians and Historical Justice, by Thomas de Waal
Abkhazia in the International Context, by Marino Busdachin
Abkhazian President Bagapsh in Ankara, by Hasan Kanbolat
Lots of Laughs, Little Freedom On Television, by Paul Rimple
Abkhazia: between the hammer and the anvil, by Richard Berge
'Bring back the UN' - Any mediator will be hamstrung unless it is acceptable to all parties, by Inal Khashig
Engaging the Rebels, by Justin Lyle
Will Logic Give Way to Emotion and Abkhazia Become Part of Georgia? By Felix Stanevsky
Abkhazia and the promises of princes, by Magdalena Frichova Grono
Is Everything Good for the U.S. Good for Georgia, and Vice Versa? By Justin Logan
Best friend "puppets", by Andrei Babitsky
Comment on the Resolution of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly № 382 of 16th of November 2010. By Irakli Khintba
I am an Abkhaz, by Irakli Kakabadze
A direct route to engagement, by Alexander Cooley & Lincoln Mitchell
Don't call us 'occupied', by Arda Inal-Ipa
Through cooperation or without recognition?, by Sergey Markedonov
The engagement issue, by Oksana Antonenko
Evolution of Turkish Foreign Policy towards Georgia, by Marianna Vindimian
Engagement without Recognition: A New Strategy toward Abkhazia and Eurasia’s Unrecognized States, by Alexander Cooley and Lincoln A. Mitchell
Recognition of Abkhazia: Challenges and Opportunities, by Liana Kvarchelia
Place, Position and Future of Abkhazia in the Second New World Order, by Nikolai Zlobin
Call Off the Great Game, by Thomas de Waal
Latin America: Georgia plays by the rules of Abkhazia, by Levon Galustian
Russia's Geopolitical Scales in the Caucasus, by Sergey Markedonov
Thanks to Everyone, Everyone Is Free. South Ossetia and Abkhazia are gradually gaining independence from Russia, by Marina Pervozkina
Pressure On Abkhaz Leader Intensifies, by Liz Fuller
Abkhazia: two years of independence, by George Hewitt
The Five-Day War: What Have We Learned?, by Igor Shatrov



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