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Thomas de Waal
15 Feb 10
Kosovo talks and Russian support bolster the claims of breakaway Abkhazia.
Thomas de Waal
24 Dec 08
The Caucasus region is a small and troubled place.
Thomas de Waal
15 Oct 08
In the space of a few days, a real catastrophe has unfolded in the Caucasus, sparked by a conflict over a tiny piece of land that could have been averted.
Thomas de Waal
22 Sep 08
So much has been left in ruins in the Caucasus in the past week. What chance is there of a salvage operation?
Dmitry Avaliani, Sopho Bukia, Alan Tskhurbayev, Thomas de Waal
28 Aug 08
IWPR-trained reporters investigate the tragic sequence of events that triggered a war in South Ossetia.
Thomas de Waal
14 Aug 08
Russia tries to claim moral high ground as both sides allege war crimes.
Thomas de Waal
16 May 08
If you're deep in the trenches, stop digging.
Thomas de Waal
2 Apr 08
Being the leader of a post-Soviet country on the edge of Europe is a delicate balancing act.
Thomas de Waal
3 Mar 08
Twenty years ago this week, the ghosts of history stirred in Europe and a conflict that no one had paid attention to since the Treaty of Versailles re-erupted in the depths of the Soviet Union.
Thomas de Waal
25 May 06
The European Union’s new special representative for the South Caucasus sees an enhanced role for the EU in conflict resolution.

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