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Author: Nika Sikharulidze

Ambivalent Russia

“Our unit had an order to attack the Azerbaijanis’ positions; however, another order came from the top to change the target and attack the Armenians’ positions. These kind of contradictive orders were ordinary in this war,” says a Georgian former soldier who served in the Soviet/Russian army located on Armenian territory during the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict […]

October 1, 2013 - Nika Sikharulidze

Why West? The Georgian Perspective

In 1783 Georgia and Russia signed the so-called Treaty of Georgievsk, according to which Georgia became a Russian satellite state. After 18 years, the Russian Empire took over and occupied Georgia. From 1918 to 1921 Georgia enjoyed its freedom and independence, and in 1921 it was again occupied by Soviet Russia.

August 20, 2013 - Nika Sikharulidze

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