KONFLIKT I POJEDNANIE W REGIONIE ORIGORODNY STRESZCZENIE

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Lasha Markozashvili
Tinatini Dvalishvili

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Konflikt mający miejsce pomiędzy Osetyńczykami a Inguszami niósł za sobą wiele politycznych konsekwencji. Proces pojednania trwa od ponad dwóch dekad, niestety same rezultaty jawią się wątpliwymi. Federacja Rosyjska odgrywa decydującą rolę w samym procesie, władze Federacji Rosyjskiej nie doceniły siły Inguszy i poparły Osetyńczyków. Argument ten przyczynił się do eskalacji konfliktu i funkcjonował jako główne ognisko zapalne podczas mediacji.

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Markozashvili, L., & Dvalishvili, T. (2017). KONFLIKT I POJEDNANIE W REGIONIE ORIGORODNY STRESZCZENIE. Przegląd Strategiczny, (10), 119-132. https://doi.org/10.14746/ps.2017.1.6
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Bezpieczeństwo w wymiarze międzynarodowym i wewnętrznym
Biogram autora

Lasha Markozashvili, Free University of Tbilisi

obtained his doctoral degree from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Currently, he is an invited professor at the Free University of Tbilisi and a founding editor at the Georgian Journal of Systemic Politics.

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