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Book on August war will be translated for Europeans2009-01-13 14:10
Knizhniy Mir, the Moscow publishing house, published the book "South Ossetia. Armed Aggression and Peacemaking War", devoted to the August war in the Caucasus.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The authors are political scientists and international experts, OSinform reports.
Among them: Alexey Kochetkov, the head of the regional programs of the European Center for Geopolitical Analysis, director of Quorum, the center of democratic processes monitoring; Alexey Martynov, the head of the International Institute of the Newest States, in 2006-2008 the executive secretary of the interparliamentary assembly of the For Democracy and People's Rights Community member countries , Mateusz Piskorskiy, the head of the European Center for Geopolitical Analysis, member of the 5th Polish Sejm, doctor of political sciences.
"South Ossetia. Armed Aggression and Peacemaking War "is the second book, devoted to the struggle of Ossetian people for independency, published in Knizhniy Mir. In 2004 it published "South Ossetia - Forever with Russia! Historical and Legal Reasoning of Affiliation of South Ossetia to Russia".
The book contains opinions of historic events eyewitnesses, historic preconditions of Ossetian people's gaining independency of its state, consequences of the five-day war, possible scenarios of further events.
According to the project authors, the book is being sold in Moscow book stores and via Internet shops. The book is planned to be brought to Vladikavkaz and Tskhinval.
In 2009 it is expected to be published in foreign languages and be spread in the EU countries, in the first line - in Poland, the motherland of one of its authors.