The Security Issues in the 2008 Russian-Georgian War
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MIRZA, Nicoleta. The Security Issues in the 2008 Russian-Georgian War. In: Eastern European Journal for Regional Studies (EEJRS), 2020, nr. 1(6), pp. 69-86. ISSN 2537-6179.
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Eastern European Journal for Regional Studies (EEJRS)
Numărul 1(6) / 2020 / ISSN 2537-6179 /ISSNe 1857-436X

The Security Issues in the 2008 Russian-Georgian War

CZU: 327.5(470:479.22)"2008"
JEL: K33, K42, F51, F53

Pag. 69-86

Mirza Nicoleta
 
University of Pécs
 
Disponibil în IBN: 8 iulie 2020


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The article aims to establish the security issues present in the 2008 Georgian conflict, and explore the securitization process by the Russian Federation, Georgia, and other involved parties. The allegations made by the parties to the conflict created more political and security instability. In this way, the security dilemma is addressed in relation to Georgia and Russia, and NATO and Russia. Furthermore, attention is also drawn to the intensity and type of the Russian-Georgian war. The regional conflict has sparked the attention of the international community. Therefore, the research paper provides an assessment of the tools of dispute settlement used by the international community. Considering the in type and intensity of the conflict, the paper identifies various crimes committed by each party to the conflict by also engaging legal arguments. The paper employs a qualitative study analysis by applying security theories to the case of the 2008 Russian-Georgian war. Consequently, the article iden

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Russian Federation, Georgia, South Ossetia, Abkhazia, Securitization, security dilemma

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