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List of articles in category Conflict
The murder of Alexei Kogoniya by Georgian Nationalists on 16 July 1989
Tengiz Kitovani: "they [Russians] officially gave us the 108 tanks of the Akhaltsikhe Division"
Russian Officer Views Abkhaz Conflict (27 April 1993) | FBIS Report
Thirty Years of Peace-negotiations, by Charlotte Hille
Estonian Orientalist Linnart Mäll and his role in activities of the UNPO during the Georgian-Abkhazian Conflict, by Aivar Jürgenson
Volunteer-movement and the Circassian factor during the Patriotic War of the people of Abkhazia in 1992-1993 – historical and political significance, by Aslanbek Mirzoev
On the eve of the Victory: the meeting of the Western and Eastern fronts on the Kodor bridge
How there was an attempt to stop the Georgian-Abkhazian war in Moscow’s 'President Hotel'?
14 August 1997, Vladislav Ardzinba - in Tbilisi. How did this come about?
“This day was very sad - 14 August 1992, when the war began.”
It's necessary to find a way out! (Letter of 37 | 1997)
"The Key to the Future" | Georgian-Abkhazian Conflict
Peace is for Abkhazia, war is for Ukraine?
Georgia-Abkhazia Conflict: View from Abkhazia, by Liana Kvarchelia
A "Scorpion" for the desperate: veteran Otar Gogua on the Patriotic War of the people of Abkhazia
The TV Debate Program on Georgian - Abkhaz Conflict | Moscow, October 17, 1992
War and Secession: A Moral Analysis of the Georgian-Abkhaz Conflict, by Bruno Coppieters
Changes on the Western Front: how Gagra was liberated
Wikileaks: Caucasus Experts Presage Causes and Consequences of Recognizing South Ossetia and Abkhazia
Georgian-Abkhaz War | FBIS Reports (Aug-Oct. 1992)
Zviad Gamsakhurdia: “Abkhaz Nation Doesn’t Exist!”
In Defence of the Homeland: Intellectuals and the Georgian-Abkhazian Conflict, by Bruno Coppieters
Musa Shanibov addressing Abkhazians and Circassians (Abkhazia, 26 August 1989)
Nation-building in the Post-Soviet Borderlands: The Georgian-Abkhazian confrontation
War in the Caucasus? by Richard Clogg (1992)
Mediators for Transcaucasia's Conflicts, by Elizabeth Fuller (1993)
How nations united: Formation of the Confederation of Caucasian Peoples
The conflict in and over Abkhazia, by Sergey Markedonov
Heeding the Call of the Heart: Volunteers in the Patriotic War of the People of Abkhazia
A woman with a Kalashnikov assault-rifle: the story of Rita Zongurova
Bodzhgua on Gena Kardanov: a real tough guy
The capture of Sukhum: the main battles for the liberation of the capital
Abkhazia 1989-2019, by George Hewitt
After 30 years Georgians still refuse to acknowledge their own responsibility for the conflict
Caucasus Women and Conflict Prevention, by Natella Akaba
Lord Ennals: Georgian troops guilty of atrocities | November 1992
Geopolitical Aspects of the Abkhazian Statehood: Some Results and Perspectives, by Viacheslav Chirikba
25 years later, Abkhazia remains haunted by the missing, by Kieran Pender
Colonel Robert Hamilton on Abkhazia (again): A Reply (again) from George Hewitt
‘The Land of the Golden Fleece’: Conflict and Heritage in Abkhazia by Eleni Sideri
The history of the region became ashes: An excerpt from Neal Ascherson’s ‘Black Sea’
History in the Context of the Georgian-Abkhazian Conflict, by George Hewitt
‘Incinerated in the Flames of War’
The role of scholars in the Abkhazians' loss of trust in the Georgians and how to remedy the situation, by George Hewitt
English transcript of Vladislav Ardzinba's speech | The 1st Congress of People's Deputies of the USSR | 1989
Abkhazian impressions, by Uwe Klussmann
The Disappearance of Taif Adzhba and the Amnesty International Report of 1993
On the 20th anniversary of the start of Georgia’s war against Abkhazia, by Stanislav Lakoba
EU's role in conflict resolution: Georgian and Abkhaz perspectives | Conciliation Resources
International Alert | Mediation and Dialogue in the South Caucasus: A Reflection on 15 Years of Conflict Transformation Initiatives



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