The change in generations in the Caucasus offers a chance for long-term change, but it is the relationship with Russia that may prove critical in the short term. WASHINGTON, United States–It has been a year of elections and drama in the south Caucasus. The final act of this play begins on 2 November, when Georgians […]
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