Lack of support for the Georgian military is creating dangers within–and beyond–the country’s borders. A TOL partner post from EurasiaNet by Anatol Lieven No one who knows the Georgian Army could have been seriously surprised by the mutiny which occurred on 25-26 May. If a country treats its soldiers the way Georgian soldiers have been […]

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