Journal Amirani. 2006. Volume 14

Caucasian Georgia – a Bridgehead or a Stronghold of the Modern Geopolitical Games

Author(s): Giorgi Leon Kavtaradze

If we throw a glance through the main - Eurasian - part of the Eastern Hemisphere we can easily find Transcaucasia, located between two seas. It has quite an extraordinary, I dare say, even central position on the Hemisphere. In the north of it, across the Great Caucasian Range, is situated typical northern country - Russia, in the south - genuine Middle Eastern Turkey and Iran, in the west the Black Sea divides it from Eastern Europe, and in the east - the Caspian Sea from Central Asia.

Journal Amirani. 2006. Volume 14

From government overthrow to the CIS

Author(s): Bezhan Javakhia

In December 1991, reactionary forces in Russia, with the participation of armies located in Transcaucasia, additional military personnel sent from Russia, local criminal bands and the Communist nomenklatura, began aggression against the Georgian Republic. In early 1992, overthrow of the elected government in Georgia was followed by the establishment of a marionette-like regime of occupation, first in military form, then as a so-called “state council”.

Journal Amirani. 2006. Volume 14

EU – Power is in Unity

Author(s): Shota Dogonadze

Since ancient times the ideas of unity, peace and welfare have encouraged humauity to explore the forms and tools, providing of noble aims, instead of confrontation and wars on the planet. These ideas will develop mutually beneficial cooperation having been far from flawless till now.

Journal Amirani. 2006. Volume 14

To the religion syncretism of Thabasaranians

Author(s): Tamar Egetashvili

თაბასარანელები ცხოვრობენ სამხრეთ-აღმოსავლეთ დაღესტანში, მდ. ღუბასას წელზე. მათი ენა იბერიულ-კავკასიურ ენათა ოჯახში შემავალი ნახურ-დაღესტნური შტოს ლეზგიურ ენათა ჯგუფს განეკუთვნება. თაბასარანი ხალხში ცნობილია როგორც ტაბარს-ტან, რაც "მთიან მხარეს" ნიშნავს.

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