In Tbilisi, memories of the bitter conflict with Russia in August 2008 are fresh, but everywhere too are signs that forces of change are pushing Georgia in new directions. From openDemocracy. by Jonathan Wheatley When Russian troops gradually withdrew from Georgia’s towns and villages in September 2008 following the short war between Georgia and Russia […]

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