This article examines anti-corruption activities in Georgia after the Rose Revolution of November 2003 under the administration of Mikheil Saakashvili. It aims to analyse the existence of different assessments on the country’s success in fighting corruption and applies an interpretive framework to study these assessments as “narratives” that reveal the diverging or converging interests of anti-corruption actors in sustaining a common narrative on the country’s reforms.
Di Puppo, L. (2014). The construction of success in anti-corruption activity in Georgia. East European Politics, 30(1), 105-122.