28 May 2001On the eve of the 10th anniversary of Georgian independence, a military rebellion highlights some painful truths. There is one cracking portrait of Georgia that hangs in a gallery far away from home. It paints Georgia in broad strokes as the jewel of the troubled Caucasus, and President Eduard Shevardnadze as a democratic […]

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