4894>by Cory Welt The year 1999 was disappointing for Georgia. The country’s thrust to the West was slowed by Russia’s renewed involvement in the region. Fiscal woes confirmed that Georgia’s economic transition was nowhere near the model of success it had been touted to be. Government control over the country’s diverse regions showed no sign […]

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