The following article focuses on the history of trade relations between Georgia and Russia that in the Author’s view eventually developed into the “trade war”. Enrolment of Russia into the WTO enabled subjection of Russia to the WTO regulations. Georgia, as a full member of the WTO, rather legitimately refused to allow Russia to join the organisation until Moscow would fulfil Tbilisi’s claims. One of the demands of the Georgian side was directly related to the separatist conflicts in Abkhazia and South Ossetia, which further complicated the negotiations due to the destructive actions of Russia. There are difficult issues connected to the Georgian position from the global trade perspective. The position deals with the legally political difficulties. The article provides insight into the problem regarding the Trade War from the Georgia perspective.
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
- trade war
- World Trade Organisation
- , International Monitoring System
- Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement,
- Regional Trade Agreement.
Field of Science*
- 5.5 Law
- 1.2. Scientific article included in INT1 or INT2 category journal of ERIH database