A Federal Perspective on the Abkhaz-Georgian Conflict: From Intractability to Pacification now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of A Federal Perspective on the Abkhaz-Georgian Conflict: From Intractability to Pacification by Romina Gurashi and Neno Gabelia.
Since the beginning of the 21st century, the problem of the development of regional security has become increasingly relevant in international politics. Of particular concern is the post-Soviet space, which remains in the most difficult process of transformation.
This book identifies the nature and the origins of the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict and the causes of the inefficiency of the official negotiation process, and it evaluates the hypothesis of a possible federalist transformation of the institutions of both Georgia and Abkhazia. In the international panorama, federalism, in fact, is being increasingly considered as an instrument of conflict transformation in the case of conflicts based on cultural diversity and ethnicity.
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About the Authors
Romina Gurashi is currently a Researcher at Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, where she previously graduated in International Relations with a thesis on the history of pacifism and nonviolence. She then worked as an international relations journalist for a Rome-based newspaper and completed an advanced professional training course on diplomatic studies at the Italian Society for International Organization (SIOI), Italy.
Neno Gabelia is currently a Researcher at Sapienza University of Rome, Italy. She previously received an Erasmus Mundus scholarship and studied for her master’s degree in Italy, and she has worked for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe Parliamentary Assembly. She is the author of several publications in the field of political science.