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Stephen F. Jones – The Rose Revolution: A Revolution without Revolutionaries?

Stephen F. Jones – The Rose Revolution: A Revolution without Revolutionaries?

In this investigation of the sources of the Rose Revolution in Georgia in November 2003 and presentation of the challenges the new leadership faces, the author argues that there are four contexts… Read more »

James V. Wertsch – Georgia as a Laboratory for Democracy

James V. Wertsch – Georgia as a Laboratory for Democracy

New pipelines and the Rose Revolution have provided a backdrop for economic growth and improved fiscal stability, resolved some territorial disputes, and created the beginnings of a strong state in Georgia. Such… Read more »

Vladimer Papava – Anatomical Pathology of Georgia’s Rose Revolution

Vladimer Papava – Anatomical Pathology of Georgia’s Rose Revolution

Why did the November-2007 events come as a complete surprise to the West? To answer the question it would be useful to analyze once again all those key tendencies and developments that took… Read more »

Kate Schecter – The Privatization of the Georgian Healthcare System

Kate Schecter – The Privatization of the Georgian Healthcare System

This article examines the dramatic changes that have occurred in Georgian healthcare since the Rose Revolution of 2003. What were the motives for the abrupt privatization of the Georgian economy,… Read more »

Cory Welt – The Thawing of a Frozen Conflict: the Internal Security Dilemma and the 2004 Prelude to the Russo-Georgian War

Cory Welt – The Thawing of a Frozen Conflict: the Internal Security Dilemma and the 2004 Prelude to the Russo-Georgian War

While the proximate causes of the 2008 Russo–Georgian war have yet to be satisfactorily investigated, an assessment of an earlier occasion of conflict in South Ossetia in 2004 can lay… Read more »

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