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  • Yes They Should

    South Ossetia's independence clearly depends on what country you're asking but formerly the UN does not recognize them. Given that the population was polled strongly in favor of their independence I believe that independence should be granted. When a large population is in agreement I believe they should be allowed to separate.

  • Prevents More Violence

    An independent South Ossetia will help alleviate any violence in the region. If anything, Europeans have seen plenty of ethnic cleansing since the 1990s, so one would think they have learned lessons from the Balkans. South Ossetia should be independent to prevent deaths at the hands of other people in the region.

  • South Ossetia be independent

    South Ossetia is a region in the South Caucasus, formerly the South Ossetian Autonomous Oblast within the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic. A part of it has been the fact independent from Georgia since it declared independence as the Republic of South Ossetia early in the 1990s during the Georgian-Ossetian conflict. The issue of its independence arose again in 2008, as Georgia launched military operations to regain control of the territory.

  • South Ossetia Independent

    I personally think that South Ossetia is a region in the South Caucasus, formerly the South Ossetian Autonomous Oblast within the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic. A part of it has been de facto independent from Georgia since it declared independence as the Republic of South Ossetia early in the 1990s during the Georgian-Ossetian conflict.

  • No they should not

    No, this should not be an independant place. They need to stay with the rest of the country and just all come together as one so that they can get a whole lot more done. They need to settle all of their problems and make one strong and wealthy nation.


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