Georgian-Russian relations
The relations between Georgia and Russia date back hundreds of years and remain complicated despite certain religious and historical ties that exist between the two countries and their people. The fir...
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Rose Revolution
The Revolution of Roses (often translated into English as the Rose Revolution) (Georgian: ვარდების რევოლუცია vardebis revolutsia) was a change of power in Georgia in November 2003, which took pla...
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Georgia and NATO
Georgia and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) relations officially began in 1994 when Georgia joined the NATO-run Partnership for Peace. Georgia has moved quickly following the Rose Revolution...
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Georgia and the European Union
Georgia and the European Union have maintained relations since 1996 in the INOGATE framework, and in 2006 a five-year "Action Plan" of rapprochement was implemented in the context of the European Neig...
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2006 Russian ban of Moldovan and Georgian wines
The 2006 Russian import ban of Moldovan and Georgian wines began in late March 2006 and created a diplomatic conflict between the Republic of Moldova and Georgia on the one hand and Russia on the othe...
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2006 Georgian-Russian espionage controversy
The 2006 Georgian–Russian espionage controversy began when the Government of Georgia arrested four Russian officers on charges of espionage, on September 27, 2006. The Western and Georgian media sou...
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2006 deportation of Georgians from Russia
2006 deportation of Georgians from Russia refers to a controversial displacement of several hundreds of citizens of Georgia by the government of Russia during the 2006 Georgia-Russia crisis.The charge...
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2007 Georgia helicopter incident
The 2007 Georgia helicopter incident refers to the accusation by Georgia that three Russian helicopters fired on March 11, 2007 on the Kodori Gorge in Abkhazia, a break-away autonomous republic in nor...
2007 Georgia missile incident
The 2007 Georgia missile incident refers to the landing of a missile in the Georgian village of Tsitelubani in the Gori district near the Georgian-Ossetian conflict zone, some 65 km (40 mi) ...
2007 Georgia plane downing incident
The 2007 Georgia plane downing incident refers to the possible downing, by Georgia's anti-aircraft system, of a military plane that violated Georgia's air space on August 21, 2007. While it is still n...
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2007 Georgian demonstrations
In 2007, a series of anti-government protests took place across Georgia. The demonstrations peaked on 2 November 2007, when 50,000–100,000 rallied in downtown Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. People p...
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2008 Georgia-Russia crisis
An international diplomatic crisis between Georgia and Russia began in 2008, when Russia announced that it would no longer participate in the Commonwealth of Independent States economic sanctions impo...
2008 South Ossetia war
The Russo-Georgian War was an armed conflict between Georgia, the Russian Federation, and the Russian-backed self-proclaimed breakaway republics of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. The war took place in Au...
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Controversy over Abkhazian and South Ossetian independence
Abkhazia and South Ossetia are two partially recognised breakaway republics in the Caucasus, claiming independence from Georgia.Russia's initial recognition of the independence of the Republic of Abkh...
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2004 Adjara crisis
The Adjara crisis refers to a political crisis in Georgia’s Adjaran Autonomous Republic, then led by Aslan Abashidze, who refused to obey the central authorities after President Eduard Shevardnadze’s ...
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Humanitarian impact of the 2008 South Ossetia war
The Russo-Georgian War had a huge humanitarian impact on the civilians. In the aftermath, ethnic Georgians were expelled from South Ossetia and most of the Georgian villages were razed.
Russian me...
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Georgian-Ossetian conflict
The Georgian–Ossetian conflict is an ethno-political conflict over Georgia's former autonomous region of South Ossetia, which evolved in 1989 and developed into a 1991–1992 South Ossetia War. Despite ...
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Information war during the 2008 South Ossetian war
The Russo-Georgian War included an extensive information war.
The Russian military attempted a few new steps to support an information campaign. Russian journalists were brought along with the Rus...
International reaction to the 2008 South Ossetia war
The international reaction to the Russo-Georgian War covered many nations, non-governmental organisations and non-state actors. The conflict began in August 2008 over South Ossetia but spread elsewher...
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Georgian-Ossetian conflict (1918-1920)
The Georgian–Ossetian conflict (1918–1920) comprised a series of uprisings, which took place in the Ossetian-inhabited areas of what is now South Ossetia, a breakaway republic in Georgia, against the ...
Occupation of Gori
The Occupation of Gori was the military occupation of Gori and its surrounding areas by Russian military forces, which started on 13 August 2008 as part of the Russo-Georgian War, and ended with the w...
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Military of South Ossetia
The Military of South Ossetia is the military of the breakaway republic of South Ossetia, whose independence is recognized by Russia, Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Nauru, but which Georgia considers to be...
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Military of Russia
The Armed Forces of the Russian Federation (Russian: Вооружённые Си́лы Росси́йской Федера́ции, Vooruzhonnije Síly Rossíyskoj Federátsii) are the military service of Russia, established after the ...
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Protests regarding 2008 South Ossetia war
Protests regarding the Russo-Georgian War were held all over the world to protest the Russian army's invasion of Georgia. They were also held to support South Ossetia, Abkhazia and Russia.
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Responsibility for the 2008 South Ossetia war
The five-day-long, 2008 war between Russia and Georgia created controversy, with both sides blaming each other for starting the war.Many reports and researchers (among them independent Russian experts...
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Occupation of Poti
The Raid on Poti was a series of Russian strikes against the Georgian port of Poti during the Russo-Georgian War in August 2008. The city was later occupied by Russian troops, who remained for some ti...
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South Ossetian independence referendum, 2006
South Ossetia, an unrecognized republic in the South Caucasus, formerly the South Ossetian Autonomous Oblast within the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic with its capital in Tskhinvali, held a refere...
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Humanitarian response to the 2008 South Ossetia war
This article documents the aid given by several countries to the people who suffered due to the Russo-Georgian War.On August 8, the Russian Ministry of the Emergency Situations sent a mobile hospital ...
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Battle of the Kodori Valley
The Battle of Kodori Valley was a military operation during the Russo-Georgian War in the Upper Kodori Valley, the only part of Abkhazia under Georgian control. On 9 August 2008 the Abkhaz military la...
Timeline of the 2008 South Ossetia war
The Russo-Georgian War began on August 7, 2008 and involved Georgia, Russian Federation, South Ossetia and Abkhazia.
Events prior to August 2008 are described in 2008 Georgia–Russia crisis.Tension...
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