This research aims to provide thorough description and analysis of the peace policy of the central government in Georgia from the 1990s up to 2016 focusing on the settlement of conflicts in Abkhazia and South Ossetia. It has to be noted that the research intentionally bypasses Georgian-Abkhaz and Georgian-Ossetian civic dialogue process, which although believed to be complementary to the peace policy, should be a subject of separate research. The paper follows the timeline and analyzes the dynamics of Tbilisi’s relations with Sukhumi and Tskhinvali from various perspectives focusing on the role of individuals, political parties, countries or global context.
Publication Date: 2018
Tags: Peace Policy, Abkhazia, Tskhinvali Region, Georgia, Peace Building
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