This paper examines Georgia’s transition from Soviet rule to independent statehood in 1991, focusing primarily on the relationship between the political ideology within the independence movement and the failure of the development and construction of the Georgia Republic writ large 다운로드. It is shown that, while there is no single overarching explanation for the collapse of the Georgian state, one critical line of causation is drawn from the effects of a radical ethno-nationalist discourse within the dominant Georgian political culture 톰캣 7 다운로드.
Thomas, E. G. (2006). When Sugar Cane Grows in the Snow: Ethno-Nationalist Politics and the Collapse of the Georgian State. Undercurrent, 3(1), 53-64 aix nmon 다운로드.
The paper outlines the nature of contemporary national security dilemmas for post-Soviet Georgia. It examines Georgia’s present security threats, as well as its current relationships with Russia and the other countries of the region 다운로드. The paper also presents an in-depth discussion of the situation of civil-military relations in Georgia and the impact of these relations on state security 다운로드. The author analyzes the roots of Georgia’s problems in developing a coherent and practical security policy. He proposes that the ad hoc character of current security policy has resulted in passivity in dealing with threats such as ethnic conflicts, including the war in Abkhazia 다운로드.
Darchiashvili, D. (1997). Georgia, the Search for State Security. Center for International Security and Arms Control, Stanford University 다운로드.