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ABKHAZIA INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC RESEARCH (AISER) is committed to publicizing the results of the research and policy analysis undertaken by our faculty, fellows, and affiliates. Current research and preliminary research findings are given early billing in our quarterly newsletter, while our working paper series is designed to circulate promising, new scholarly work before it is polished for publication. Our faculty, fellows, and affiliates regularly produce distinguished journal articles, books, and edited volumes. AISER is also host to Political Analysis, the journal of the Society for Political Methodology.

O Genocídio da Geórgia

  • Written by Ramaz Mitaishvili
Durante o conflito da Abcásia em 1992-93 e 1998, foram assassinados entre 10 000-35 000 civis, principalmente de etnia georgiana durante a campanha deliberada de limpeza étnica e genocídio, perpetrada pelo regime separatista e apoiado por terroristas internacionais. Durante a guerra em 1992-93 e 1998, as pessoas de etnia georgiana foram vítimas de assassínio em massa, tortura, violação, bem como de limpeza étnica táctica e calculada. Os perpetradores que organizaram a campanha de limpeza étnica eram membros de organizações terroristas internacionais, entre eles, Shamil Basaev, Salman Raduyev, Sultan Sosnaliev, Iysuph Soslanbekov, Harat Kazbek, Boris Akhuminichev, Musa Shanibov e muitos outros. Em consequência da limpeza étnica, mais de 350 000 georgianos (maioria da população de Abcásia) foram expulsos dos seus lares.

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The Georgian Genocide in Abkhazia

  • Written by Abkhazia Institute

Nearly 15 years after the end of a bitter war that included ethnic cleansing and genocide. Booklet is based on Malcolm Linton’s photo documentary covering aftermath of bloody war in Abkhazia.

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First publication of a monthly magazine Abkhazia hits the press

  • Written by Irakliy Khaburzaniya
AbkhaziaA successful presentation of a monthly magazine “Abkhazia” published by Abkhazia Institute for Social and Economic Research (AISER) has been held in the United States. Leading universities of the Unites States as well as France, Germany, United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa, Mexico and over 300 various companies, government and non-profit organizations have already subscribed to the magazine.

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Genocidio étnico de los georgianos en Abjasia

  • Written by Ramaz Mitaishvili
Durante el conflicto en Abjasia en 1992-93 y 1998, entre 10 000 y 35 000 civiles, principalmente georgianos, fueron asesinados durante la procesada campaña de limpieza étnica y genocidio, propuesto por el régimen separatista y soportado por los terroristas internacionales. Durante las guerras en 1992-93 y 1998, la gente de étnica georgiana se convirtió en la víctima de asesinatos en masa, tortura y violación en la planificada táctica de limpieza étnica. Los autores, quienes dirigieron la campaña de la limpieza étnica, eran miembros de la organización terrorista internacional, Shamil Basaev, Salman Raduyev, Sultan Sosnaliev, Iysuph Soslanbekov, Harat Kazbek, Boris Akhuminichev, Musa Shanibov y muchos otros. Como resultado del proceso de limpieza, más de 350 000 (mayoría de la población de Abjasia) georgianos fueron expulsados de sus casas.

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The Georgian Genocide

  • Written by Ramaz Mitaishvili

This Book bears witness
Nearly 15 years after the end of a bitter war that included ethnic cleansing and genocide. Booklet is based on Malcolm Linton’s photo documentary covering aftermath of bloody war in Abkhazia.
Special thanks to all our contributors:
Malcolm Linton
George Nikoladze
David Beritashvili
David Japaridze
Liana Goroian
Givi Koberidze
Luis Dingley
Dr. Andrew Andersen
Dr. Ushangi Rizhinashvili
Dr. Ramaz Mitaishvili
Irakli Gagua
Warning!
This booklet contains violent graphic images. Viewers discretion is strongly advised.
Abkhazia Institute for Social and Economic Research

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