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The recognition of Kosovo`s independence roused many different ideas.

The variety of opinions mainly appeared in the political circles of the West and Russia. It seemed to be a specific way out for a peaceful regulation of Yugoslavia`s complex problem. The USA holds the bridles reins of Kosovo`s regulation process, its beginning and development. The super state has been declaring for a long time its ambition to regulate important international conflicts The USA has become a genuine hegemony of the modern world. In fact, it took responsibility of coping with all serious conflicts around the world.

[1; 309]. It is noteworthy, that according to International Legal Standards, Kosovo`s striving for independence is lawful. A considerable part of population of the territorial unit supported the idea of being independent through self awareness. It differs drastically from Georgia, where conflicts are launched by the Russian Special Services. The decision of NATO to interfere into Kosovo`s problems and abolish Miloshevich`s policy intensified Russia`s fear in connection with the West`s intention. The USA positions were troublesome for Russia, as America had appealed to the UN Security Council to conduct its policy; it was also trying to take the UN and OSCE to its side.

Comparing Kosovo with the Georgian problems is an illusion, exaggerated by the Russian side. Similarly the Abkhazian and Tskhinvali regions doesn`t really exist, but Russian imperial institutes try to create an imitation of the precedent analogue. If we look through the Georgian-Ossetian historical relations, we will vividly see how the Ossetian population, settled on the slopes of the South Caucasia, was amiably received by the local Georgian population;




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but the Russian imperialistic ambition, during the last several decades, created the severe present situation. Published materials about Ossetians in the early Georgian newspapers (19 century) were characterized by warmth and tact. At that time, the number of educated Ossetian people was small, and naturally, it was impossible to develop without the Georgians` support. [3; 7] At the beginning of the 90s of the 20 century, when Georgia became independent, Tbilisi, provoked by the Kremlin, took steps towards Abkhazia and Tskhinvali Region without any warning. Though, the approach of Miloshevich and Serbs to Kosovo and their scale and essence were absolutely different.

The difference between the problems of the Balkans and Caucasia is the fundamental nature of the relation to the West. From the point of view of political priorities, the Balkans were of much greater importance than the whole Caucasia: to cease the ethnic cleansing and finish the war, NATO has to enter Balkans twice. The west showed the greatest peaceful effort around the world at first, Russians were also involved in these operations. Deployed in Georgia, Russian peaceful forces played the role of occupants in contrast with Kosovo.

It`s impossible to compare Kosovo`s problem with the current problems of Georgia, because ethnic cleansing of Georgian population took place in Abkhazia and South Ossetia (Tskhinvali Region). In other words, 80% of the population is exiled, and the opinion of the remaining population, which is fully influenced by the occupation regime, is not enough to correspond to the International Legal Standards. If we draw parallels between Caucasia and Balkan, direct similarity between Kosovo and Chechnya is emphasized. From the general nature of the political problem, a religious problem is noteworthy and a desire to be independent among the majority of aborigines etc. Kosovo was discussed as an analogy of Chechnya for the most part by Russians. As Dr. Ronald D. Asmus says: Like Chechnya, Kosovo was a province inhabited by Muslims in the frames of the State, where the majority was composed of Slavs and like in Chechnya, the separatist disposition was in full swing. [2; 99] Another thing is significant as well: the more inevitable was NATO`s military forces intervention to Kosovo spring 1999, the more actively Russian politicians, military experts and commentators announced, that it was a rehearsal of the future war against Russia. The reason for the war would be a protection of Human Rights for the West Chechnya. Thus, Kosovo turned out to be a painful problem for Moscow.

Russia`s fear for NATO`s expansion has further intensified.

References

1. Davitashvili Z. Nationalism and Globalization / Davitashvili Z. Tbilisi, 2003.

2. Ronald D. Asmus, A little war that shook the world / Ronald D.. Tbilisi, 2010.

3. Tsotniashvili Z., Georgian-Ossetian Relations in the Press at the of XX-XXI centuries / Tsotniashvili Z. Tbilisi, 2005.

   

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