The Role Of Political Qualitology In Resolving The Abkhaz Crisis

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Alexander Rusetsky


The article is one of the components of the dissertation “The Role of Metacognitive Management Theory in the Positive Transformation of the Abkhaz Crisis”. This component examines the tools for assessing the quality of peace process management. One of the causes for unresolved conflicts is the lack or ineffectiveness of these systems. The article provides a brief description of the consequences that enable us to see, on the one hand, the fundamental shortcomings in the state management of the Abkhazian conflict. On the other hand, we can present the necessary but not sufficient conditions for resolving the Abkhazian conflict: the so-called permanent monitoring of peace processes and assessment of the quality of their management effectiveness through a state-level institutional instrument.

The article introduces for the first time the concepts of political qualitology and political appraisal. There is a new type of “conflict of evaluations” derived from the Abkhazian conflict and the introduction of the concept of “meta-evaluation” to resolve it.

The information in this article is based on the principles of metacognitive management theory presented by the author. Metacognitive management is presented as the management of a specific object management system. The basis of this meta-management is meta-evaluation.

Conflict of evaluations meta-evaluation qualitology estimatology
Published: Nov 21, 2021

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Rusetsky, A. . (2021). The Role Of Political Qualitology In Resolving The Abkhaz Crisis. Proceedings of Tskhum-Abkhazian Academy of Sciences, 21, 112–119. Retrieved from
Political Sciences
Author Biography

Alexander Rusetsky, Caucasian International University

Doctor of Psychology


Head of the Laboratory of Geopolitical Modeling of the Caucasian International University

Member of the International Society of Political Psychology

Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation Grant PHDF‐18‐1147