South Ossetia conflicts in Russian-Georgian relations (Russian Edition) by M. Bliev
South Ossetia conflicts in Russian-Georgian relations (Russian Edition)
Author: M. Bliev
Title: South Ossetia conflicts in Russian-Georgian relations (Russian Edition)
ISBN10: 5973900355
ISBN13: 978-5973900359
Format: .PDF .EPUB .FB2
Pages:
Publisher: Book on Demand Ltd. (February 2, 2015)
Language: Russian
Size pdf: 1610 kb
Size epub: 1300 kb
Rating: 3.8 ✪
Votes: 359
Category: History
Subcategory: Americas
Mark Bliev detailed book immerses the reader in the history of ancient times, including the centuries-old Georgian princes attempt to deprive the Ossetians will land and extremely inconsistent actions of Russian governors in the Caucasus. Only Nicholas I understood the situation better than others, and the wide scope of punitive measures against the Ossetians. North Ossetia lived by the laws of the Russian Empire, South - practically remained under the authority of the Georgian oppressors. Stalin continued the tradition by moving the border with Georgia so that it moved all the Georgian Military Road. Especially valuable opportunity to step by step to see how the new Georgia has sought to oust Ossetians from their homes, to start in 1990, denying South Ossetia the right to independent existence. Sochi agreement Shevardnadze-era games with Yeltsin made Russia the sole guarantor of the existence of South Ossetia, which is constantly threatened by the adventurism of Tbilisi. Cover design pattern Zalina Hadartsevoy "The whole world - my temple. . . "