Russia, georgia and the eu in abkhazia and south ossetia



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PUBLIC DIPLOMACY AND CONFLICT
RESOLUTION:
RUSSIA, GEORGIA AND THE EU IN ABKHAZIA
AND SOUTH OSSETIA
Iskra Kirova
August 2012
Figueroa Press
Los Angeles
The views and opinions expressed in this paper are those of the author and cannot be interpreted to reflect the positions of organizations that the author is affiliated with.


PUBLIC DIPLOMACY AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION:
RUSSIA, GEORGIA AND THE EU IN ABKHAZIA AND SOUTH
OSSETIA
Iskra Kirova
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Cpd perspectives on public diplomacy
About the usc center on public diplomacy
Public diplomacy and conflict resolution:
I. introduction
Ii. current context: traditional diplomacy and public
Iii. russia’s hard and soft power in abkhazia and south ossetia
Iv. attitudes and perceptions in the entities
V. public diplomacy or selling policy: georgia’s engagement
Vi. softer power as a conflict resolution strategy: the eu’s
Vii. conclusions and lessons for public diplomacy
Special thanks
Author biography



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