1 December 2003 Politics in Georgia have been on fast-forward since the bloodless revolution of 22 November, and the country’s new leaders have maintained a furious pace to solidify their hold on power. TBILISI, Georgia–Events continue to unfold swiftly in Georgia since President Eduard Shevardnadze was forced to resign on 23 November. A slew of […]

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