Post-Crimea, Phantom of Armenian Separatism Haunts Georgia

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Amarcum Arakian, an ethnic Armenian, cuts the hair of Josif Petriashvili, a Georgian, in the city of Akhaltsikhe.

For many in Georgia, Russia’s annexation Crimea is reigniting fears about separatism rooted in ethnic conflict and Kremlin meddling.

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Paul Rimple is a freelance reporter based in Tbilisi. Justyna Mielnikiewicz is a freelance photojournalist also based in Tbilisi.

Post-Crimea, Phantom of Armenian Separatism Haunts Georgia

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