Georgia should think carefully about taking an anti-Russian stance by Vicken Cheterian GENEVA–Western analysts have a long history of misinterpretation when it comes to events in post-Soviet countries. To start with, not many scholars or practitioners could see the impending Soviet collapse in 1991, nor just how difficult the transition to a democracy and market […]

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