Journal Amirani. 2002. Volume 7

Early relationships of Georgian Kingdom and Duchy of Kiev

Author(s): David Sandodze

Georgians recognized the Great Slavic Union of the East Slavs - Kiev State, from the edge of X-XI centuries. The promotion of the Kiev Principality helped the Vladimir and the introduction of Christianity in 988-989. From that time it is connected to the Kiev's principal Christian Orthodox countries, including Georgia, which was fragmented at that time.

Journal Amirani. 2002. Volume 7

The role of Georgia in the geopolitical space of the Caucasus

Author(s): Anna Dolidze

Geopolitics attempts to explain the relationship between foreign policy and geographic space. Modern geopolitics includes such subjects as National Defense, Strategy, Planning. Politicians,diplomats or military planners can freely use it when analyzing the importance of geographic factors.
After the disintegration of the USSR, the Caucasus found itself in the very core of the world’s interests. Georgia is part of the above-mentioned region and undoubtedly, the world events refer to it as well. That’s why it is paramount importance to identify the role of the very country in the Caucasus.

Journal Amirani. 2002. Volume 7

Open letter to Eduard Shevardnadze

Author(s): Zviad Gamsakhurdia

I decided to address you in writing because many of our relationships need to be clear both for the Georgian people and for the world.
This letter does not intend to impair you, or insult your person. It reflects only objective reality.I believe that what you were doing during your rule in Soviet times continues to be transformed today and reflects the relationship between Georgia and the imperial center that has already imposed the function of Georgia's gendarme. So I want to remind you of all the details in the small details and tell me my conclusions; I am ready to listen to your counterparts. The rest of the nation and society will judge.

Journal Amirani. 2003. Volume 8

Scientific Interrelations of D. Bakradze and M. Brosset

Author(s): Khatuna Jorbenadze

In the second half of the 19-th century in the studies the History of Georgia and material culture the interrelations of the well-known French scientist M. Brosset and the outstanding Georgian scientist and historian D. Bakradze plays a great role. While working at archaeological researches D. Bakradze used to take advice of his senior colleague.

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