20 March 2003 TBILISI, Georgia–A possible war in Iraq leaves Georgians dazed and confused. Certainly, the pending war makes a good topic of discussion on Tbilisi streets, but ordinary citizens do not see the role of their country in a global debate on whether this war is justified or not. Politicians feel they should remain […]

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