Lincoln A. Mitchell – Georgia’s Rose Revolution

“The Rose Revolution represented a victory not only for the Georgian people but for democracy globally. [It] . . . demonstrated that, by aggressively contesting elections, exercising basic freedoms of speech and assembly, and applying smart strategic thinking, a democratic opposition can defeat a weak semi-democratic kleptocracy.”

Mitchell, L. A. (2004). Georgia’s Rose revolution. Current History, 103 (675), 342-348.

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