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Florian Mühlfried – Banquets, Grant-Eaters and the Red Intelligentsia in Post-Soviet Georgia


In many societies banquets are powerful tools for expressing, attributing and manipulating national identity. Additionally, they often function as social markers of individual passages like birth, baptism and marriage. Banquets are ruled by etiquette and force participants to subordinate to a collective code of behavior. In post-Soviet Georgia, the supra, a highly formalized banquet, is a core element of national culture and a crucial part of both festivities and daily life 다운로드.

Mühlfried, F. (2005). Banquets, Grant-Eaters and the Red Intelligentsia in Post-Soviet Georgia. Central Eurasian Studies Review, 4(1), 16-19 차라리 다운로드.


Mark R. Beissinger – Structure and Example in Modular Political Phenomena: The Diffusion of Bulldozer/Rose/Orange/Tulip Revolutions

The article develops an approach to the study of modular political phenomena (action based in significant part on emulation of the prior successful example of others), focusing on the trade-offs between the influence of example, structural facilitation, and institutional constraints 다운로드. The approach is illustrated through the example of the spread of democratic revolution in the post-communist region during the 2000–2006 period, with significant comparisons to the diffusion of separatist nationalism in the Soviet Union during the glasnost’ era 포켓몬go 다운로드.

Beissinger, M. R. (2007). Structure and example in modular political phenomena: The diffusion of bulldozer/rose/orange/tulip revolutions 겟 스마트.Perspectives on Politics, 5(02), 259-276.


Cory Welt – Regime Vulnerability and Popular Mobilization in Georgia’s Rose Revolution

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The paper first discusses the extent to which the vulnerability of the regime was exposed before and during the electoral process 나를잊지말아요. Author then examines the factors that contributed to popular mobilization, noting at first why mobilization was surprising even given government vulnerability 다운로드. Third, he assesses the role of U.S. intervention and Serbian-inspired NGOs and offer tentative conclusions regarding their effects. The appendix addresses the question of why alternative electoral breakthroughs did not occur 다운로드.

Welt, C. (2006). Regime vulnerability and popular mobilization in Georgia’s Rose Revolution. Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law Working Papers, (67) 다운로드.


Ghia Nodia – Civil Society Development in Georgia: Achievements and Challenges


The goal of the policy paper is to assess the present state of civil society development, summarize ongoing discussions on relevant issues and offer recommendations for the next steps to foster the development of civil society in Georgia 다운로드.

Nodia, G. (2005). Civil society development in Georgia: Achievements and challenges. Tbilisi, Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development 레고레이서1.


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

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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 to the Georgian revolutionary events of 2003: first, a popular and romantic yearning among Georgians for union with Europe; second, the dismal failings of the Shevardnadze regime; third, the combined impact of global economic models and Westernisation in Georgia; and, fourth, the Soviet legacy 킹 오브 파이터즈 2002 다운로드. The role of civil society organisations, though important, was not vital to the success of the Rose Revolution.

Jones, S. F. (2006). The Rose revolution: A Revolution without revolutionaries? Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 19, (1) 다운로드.