11 February 2003 TBILISI, Georgia–Recent stories about the preparation of a velvet coup to unseat President Eduard Shevardnadze seem to be a storm in a teacup. Tired and uncertain, Georgians find it hard to distinguish between pre-election PR and the genuine news. But Shevardnadze seems to have rolled a test-ball, and has got acceptable returns […]

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