At the end of a year in which democracy faltered, the economy stalled, and lawlessness increased, the question Georgia faced was whether a crisis would follow by Jaba Devdariani Stagnation fell like a heavy blanket on Georgia in 1999, and in 2000 it bedded down. Often regarded a foster child of the international development enterprise, […]

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