Many of the same fractures and rifts run through Georgia and Ukraine. There are very few post-Soviet countries that are either not heading away from democracy or that are not “autocratic” regimes (in the typology of the human-rights monitor Freedom House). Apart from the Baltic states, there are perhaps just two: Georgia and Ukraine. Georgia’s […]
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