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By Rick Fawn

The post-Soviet kingdom of Georgia has generated shock upon shock. Its Rose Revolution in 2003 marked the 1st time an latest management of a post-Soviet country used to be compelled to give up energy peacefully. the hot management of Western-educated Mikheil Saakashvili initiated wide-ranging household reforms, together with a large-scale, remarkable anti-corruption force. It additionally intensified kinfolk with the West and sought club of the ecu and NATO. The Georgian leadership’s expressed target of re-integrating territories misplaced in wars within the early Nineteen Nineties ended in a devastating clash with Russia in 2008.

All those advancements, and their wider implications, obtain cautious but readable consciousness during this assortment by means of a really foreign and expert team of authors and practitioners. The e-book deals a spectrum of opinion and compelling perception into the occasions and judgements that experience lately formed this attention-grabbing but understudied kingdom, and positioned it at the leading edge of curiosity within the adjustments reworking post-Soviet Eurasia.

This book is based on a specified factor of European Security.

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