Giorgio Comai | 6 August 2018

Ten years after the war between Georgia and Russia in South Ossetia, in a context where grand bargains and comprehensive agreements are difficult to imagine, it is time to embrace a nuanced approach to conflicts in the post-Soviet space. Pragmatic and humane solutions that acknowledge local agency are the way forward

The role of external actors in the South Caucasus

The presentation by Giorgio Comai, researcher at OBC Transeuropa, at the 3rd Oxford Conference on contemporary South Caucasus issues, jointly organised by LINKS (DAR) and the University of Oxford

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A hot summer’s night in Tbilisi and the roar of motorcycles fills the air at the very end of a sidestreet running adjacent to the city’s Opera House.

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