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. 2004. CEDR 7.10.2005. Central Eurasia: Daily Report, CEDR, Oct 7, Doc. No. CEP- 15001. Clinton, W., 1998: A national security strategy for a new century, Washington, DC: The White House, available from: http://clinton2.nara.gov/WH/EOP/NSC/html/documents/nssr.pdf Civil Georgia 30.1.2003. Nino Burjanadze: Normalization with Russia Number One Priority, available from: http://www.civil.ge/eng/article.php?id=3094 Civil Georgia 17. 8. 2004. Government Comes under Fire from Opposition over South Ossetia, available from: http://www.civil.ge/eng/article.php?id=7859 Civil

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The Caucasus played a prominent role in the Russian foreign policy for a long time, which has not changed since the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Beginning with four general hypothesis about Russia’s interests in its “near abroad” the essays gives an insights in the current status and developments in the relations between Russia and its southern neighbors Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan. A special focus is on the frozen conflicts in South Ossetia and Naghorno-Karabakh and Russia’s role in these conflicts.

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The article presents the results of a comparative study of the biological, molecular and genetic characteristics of African swine fever virus (ASFV) isolates, obtained from domestic pigs and wild boars in the Russian Federation and South Ossetia from 2016 to 2018. The studied isolates caused the death of pigs manifesting, as a rule, signs of an acute or subacute form of the disease when using various methods of infection including intramuscular, direct contact, intranasal and oral routes. The virus was hemadsorbing, belonging to serotype 8 and genotype II, and accumulated in the blood with a titer of 6.5 to 7.5 lg HAU50/cm3. The ASFV isolates circulating in the central region of Russia were found to have an insertion of 10 base pairs in the intergenic region I73R/I329L. However, the ASFV isolated in the Irkutsk region and South Ossetia, as well as Georgia 2007/1 (FR682468.1), lacked this insertion.

interpreted and reflected in the next National Security Concept of Georgia (whenever it might be published). Introduction: Security Landscape of Georgia Shortly after the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the re-esta- blishment of independent Georgia, the new state has found itself in an extre- mely unpredictable and volatile internal political situation. Wars in Abkhazia and South Ossetia, and the civil war in Tbilisi in the early 1990’s, consumed the high hopes of ordinary citizens for a peaceful and better life. Besides psycho- logical relevance, the problem of the

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May 2015. Mukharskiy 2015 = Mухарьский, Антон. 2015. Майдан. Рeволюцiя духу. Киiв: Наш формат. Mölder, Holger; Sazonov, Vladimir & Värk, René. 2014. ‛Krimmi liitmise ajaloolised, poliitilised ja õiguslikud tagamaad: I osa’ in Akadeemia, No.12. Mölder, Holger; Sazonov, Vladimir & Värk, René. 2015. ‛Krimmi liitmise ajaloolised, poliitilised ja õiguslikud tagamaad: II osa’ in Akadeemia, No.1. Niedermaier, Ana, K. ed. 2008. Countdown to War in Georgia. Russia’s Foreign Policy and Media Coverage of the Conflict in South Ossetia and Abkhazia. Minneapolis: East View Press