S. Neil MacFarlane – Post-Revolutionary Georgia on the Edge?

This briefing paper explores Georgia’s economic model in two parts: an analysis of economic trends; and a consideration of the country’s recent political development. Each part examines first the state’s performance in the period 2003–08 and then considers trends since the war.

MacFarlane, S. N. (2011). Post-revolutionary Georgia on the Edge?. Chatham House.

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