Philipp H. Fluri and Eden Cole (eds.) – From Revolution to Reform: Georgia’s Struggle with Democratic Institution Building and Security Sector Reform

This paper examines the situation in Georgia following the “Rose Revolution” of 2003. The authors analyze the country in terms of its security sector governance and evaluate the successes and failures of the foreign forces stationed in Georgia. They further examine the role of civil society, the media, and the local elites, and explore several reform efforts, particularly in the Georgian security sector.

Fluri, P. H., & Cole, E. (2005). From revolution to reform: Georgia’s struggle with democratic institution building and security sector reform. Austrian National Defense Academy and Bureau for Security Policy.

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