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.
In this paper, Archil Gegeshidze emphasizes that after two inflamed ethnic conflicts and a bitter confrontation within Georgian society in the 1990’s, the most difficult question the country is facing is whether Georgia has the vision and resources to secure peace and stability. The restoration of territorial integrity and the elimination of corruption, as well as the consolidation of the Western orientation of foreign policy, are three absolutely important elements of the much-needed vision, argues the author 불꽃의 점심시간.
Gegeshidze, A. (2002). Georgia: In Quest of a Niche Strategy. Connections: The Quarterly Journal, 1(3), 3-12.