Author: Joanna Piechowiak-Lamparska
Institution: Nicolaus Copernicus University
Year of publication: 2016
Source: Show
Pages: 117–130
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/athena.2016.52.06
PDF: apsp/52/apsp5206.pdf

The problem of effectiveness of reaction to external crisis expressed by participants of the international system is very much a live issue. In view of growing military conflicts in many parts of the world, the question how effective the relations between the players are in the international arena is a category worth analysing. This article concerns the Russian-Georgian crisis, whose most important manifestation was the military conflict in August 2008 and most significant result – the loss of Georgia’s territorial integrity and the strengthening of Russia’s position in the post-Soviet area. The analysis, conducted according to the presented scheme, focused on the effectiveness of external activities undertaken by the Republic of Georgia in the face of the Moscow-Tbilisi crisis.

REPUBLIKA GRUZJI W OBLICZU KRYZYSU. SKUTECZNOŚĆ DZIAŁAŃ ZEWNĘTRZNYCH

Problem skuteczności reakcji uczestników systemu międzynarodowego na kryzys zewnętrzny jest kwestią bardzo aktualną. Z uwagi na pogłębiające się konflikty zbrojne w wielu rejonach świata kwestia skuteczności powiązań istniejących pomiędzy graczami na arenie międzynarodowej jest wartą analizy kategorią. Artykuł ten dotyczy kryzysu rosyjsko-gruzińskiego, którego najważniejszą emanacją był konflikt militarny w sierpniu 2008 roku, a najistotniejszym skutkiem – utrata integralności terytorialnej przez Gruzję oraz wzmocnienie pozycji Rosji na obszarze poradzieckim. Analizie przeprowadzonej według zaprezentowanego schematu podlegała skuteczność działań zewnętrznych Republiki Gruzji w obliczu kryzysu na linii Moskwa–Tbilisi.

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