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Breaking the cycle of exclusion: minority rights in Georgia today

22 December 2009

This briefing says that ethnic tension could rise in Georgia unless the government, in line with international standards, puts in place robust domestic laws to protect minority rights. The briefing also warns that the situation in Georgia could significantly deteriorate, due to rising waves of unrest and tension with neighbouring Russia, over the breakaway territories of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.

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