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- KurzbeschreibungTransnistria is often referred to, in both Russian<br>and Western media, as a frozen ethnic conflict. It<br>became another of the many "black holes" throughout<br>the former Soviet Union, regions such as Chechnya,<br>Nagorno-Karabakh and Abkhazia, where no long-term<br>settlement has been reached and the writ of the<br>central governments no longer run. The word "ethnic"<br>has become a fashionable epithet of modern conflicts.<br>However, "ethnic conflict" is an "umbrella" term,<br>which allegedly explains everything or at least most<br>that should be known about a particular conflict. It<br>is a very comfortable means to describe the nature of<br>a dispute, while overlooking the fact that besides<br>ethnic aspects, there might be also other, no less<br>important issues interplaying in a complex mosaic. The present research will argue that the<br>Transnistrian conflict is not ethnic, but primarily<br>geopolitical. Furthermore, it broke out mainly as the<br>result of the disproportionate interest and<br>participation of the main political actors, and<br>namely, the expressed interest and hyperactivity of<br>Russia, coupled with the reluctance of the other<br>players to interfere with what is perceived to be the<br>Russian sphere of influence.<br>
- AutorMarian Bozhesku
- Seiten60 Seiten
- Gewicht100 g
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