by Christopher Deliso TBILISI, 26 September (Antiwar.com via Sarke)–Rising from the subtropical shores of the Black Sea to the majestic Caucasus mountains, Georgia is a rich and varied nation only now removing itself from the shadow of the Soviet Union. Indeed, for most of its long history Georgia has been a target for attacks and […]

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