28 May 2001An attempted coup d’etat turns out to be the military’s cry for attention amid the country’s social malaise. TBILISI, Georgia–On the eve of Georgian Independence Day on 25 May, a battalion of Georgian army officers organized a rebellion that for several hours appeared to be a coup attempt. Georgian National Guards took over […]

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