12 December 2003 The victory of democracy in Georgia—as it has been termed–was achieved by following a pattern set in Serbia three years earlier. So many parallels can be seen between them that talk about the “Yugoslav scenario” of democratization has been reanimated—and, with it, the question of whether something of the kind could happen […]

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