17 November 2003 As the opposition moves its campaign out of the capital, images of Romania 1989 and Yugoslavia 2000 stalk Georgia’s president. TBILISI, Georgia–At 11 a.m. on a Monday, many Georgians would normally tune in to hear President Eduard Shevardnadze hold his traditional Monday radio interview. But this time, many could not hear him, […]

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