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 다운로드. 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 슈퍼맨 리턴즈 다운로드.
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 다운로드.
This is an analysis of a public debate on the ethnicity entry on Georgian citizens’ ID cards that enfolded in the period preceeding the parliamentary elections in autumn 1999 and its relationship to Soviet nationality policy 다운로드.
Reisner, O. (2010). Between State and Nation Building: The Debate about ‘Ethnicity’ in Georgian Citizens’ ID Cards” In: Françoise Companjen, László Marácz, Lia Versteegh (eds.): Exploring the Caucasus in the 21st Century hy 헤드 라인 m. Essays on Culture, History and Politics in a Dynamic Context. Amsterdam: Pallas Publication, 2010, pp. 157-179.
This book, based on extensive original research, surveys the most enduring aspects of organized crime and corruption in Georgia and the most important reforms since the Rose Revolution 다운로드. Endemic crime and corruption had a devastating effect on government and everyday life in Georgia, spurring widespread popular discontent that culminated with the Rose Revolution in 2003 다운로드. Some of the hopes of the Rose Revolution have been realized, though major challenges lie ahead as Georgia confronts deep-seated crime and corruption issues that will remain central to political, economic, and social life in the years to come 다운로드.
Shelley, L., Scott, E. R., & Latta, A. (Eds.). (2007). Organized crime and corruption in Georgia. Routledge.
This report examines the growing human rights and governance challenges facing Georgia. It highlights increasing concerns both, internal and international, about Georgian rule of law, media freedom, policing and electoral processes 다운로드. The pamphlet recommends how Georgia must reform and what the international community should do to support it.
Hug, A. (ed.) (2009). Spotlight on Georgia다운로드. London: The Foreign Policy Centre.
This paper develops the specificity of the Georgian situation and make the case that what is happening in Georgia seems to be closer to the classic examples of revolutions than the stalemate in Serbia, Ukraine, or Kyrgyzstan 다운로드. Author argues that the Rose Revolution was a political revolution similar to the other Colour Revolutions, yet it distinguishes itself by not stopping with the overthrow of the old regime and a project to reform the state but continuing to push for change of the elite in power by pushing for radical social-economic reforms 컴퍼니오브히어로즈 다운로드.
Cheterian, V. (2008). Georgia’s Rose Revolution: Change or Repetition? Tension between State-Building and Modernization Projects. Nationalities papers, 36(4), 689-712 spoqa han sans.