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Russia-Georgia conflict and international relations

Kim, Young Sool 1

1전남대학교

Candidate

ABSTRACT

This article is a study on the Russia-Georgia conflict that took place during 2008 and how it changed the international relations. The Russia-Georgia conflict has changed the balance of power and the geopolitical situation in Eurasia. This article examines the causes, history, and the results of Russia-Georgia conflict and reviews Eurasia as a place of the 'New Great Game' between the United States and the European Union where it is trying to regain influence and Russia. Eurasia has been the center of world power and the collapse of the Soviet Union left the United States in a unique position. Through the Russia-George conflict, the United States exerts dominance and influence over Eurasia and for global hegemony. The Russia-Georgia conflict shows us that a new global security system is required for the regions of Eurasia. One of the possibilities of a new global security system is a trans-Eurasian security system. Russia's role in this region is to enhance the stability of Eurasia’s geopolitical pluralism, precluding the appearance of a single dominant power.

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