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Tackling Armenian-Georgian relations in the post-soviet age: challenges and opportunities

Mane Babajanyan

vol. VIII(2)

Pages 21-46

Abstract: As two South Caucasian neighboring countries, Armenia and

Georgia share cultural and religious proximity, but there are several

contradictions between them caused by both external and internal factors.

This study attempts to shed light on the existing controversies and

unresolved issues between Armenia and Georgia that pose a challenge for

the former. Historical tensions and their direct consequences, diverging

foreign policy priorities, problems regarding the Armenian community in

Georgia, issues related to cultural heritage, as well as difficulties in

transportation via Georgia are discussed.

Keywords: Armenian-Georgian relations; South Caucasus; Russia;

Javakhk; Transit Transportation

Mane Babajanyan
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