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MacFarlane S. N. (2015). Two Years of the Dream: Georgian Foreign Policy During the Transition. Chatham House: Russia And Eurasia Program.
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Gugushvili, D. (2013). The new welfare agenda – missing the most vulnerable once again?. Center for Social Sciences, Applied Social Research Programme 다운로드.
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Kakachia, K., & Cecire, M. (Eds). (2013). Georgia’s Foreign Policy: The Quest for Sustainable Security. Tbilisi, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung 다운로드.
Something amazing happened in Georgia’s 1 October 2012 parliamentary elections. Georgia is lucky to be getting a fourth chance at democracy, after the opportunities under Zviad Gamsakhurdia (1990–92), Eduard Shevardnadze (1992–2003), and Saakashvili faded 이클립스 루나 다운로드. But this chance remains a fragile one.
Fairbanks Jr, C. H., & Gugushvili, A. (2013). A New Chance for Georgian Democracy. Journal of Democracy, 24(1), 116-127 파이널 판타지 7 다운로드.
Could it be, after twenty years of experimentation, that the peaceful transfer of power by a free vote in Georgia on October 1, 2012, has brought the country close to the fabled epoch of a “consolidated democracy?”
Jones, S Cmder download. F. (2013). Democracy in Georgia: Da Capo. Cicero Foundation Great Debate.