In 2003 and 2004, a series of peaceful street protests broke out in Georgia and Ukraine, leading to new presidential elections in both countries. These movements were defined by Western observers as color revolutions and interpreted as democratic breakthroughs, capable of bringing about a political transformation in post-Soviet ...
- 05.08.2019 14:52:56
... Radio, dealing with the August 2008 War. During the broadcast both, Shatrov and Markedonov raised some very interesting and significant issues that were presented in scopes of Russian political agenda. We will try to balance the analysis and offer a Georgian narrative. Three topics can be identified: a) a debate on the possible transformation of Georgia’s political system into a federal or confederal model; b) allegations of treaty violations; and c) assumptions of unchanged Georgian society and ...
- 20.03.2018 23:46:52
The worst thing about Trump? Globally, people like him and his supporters are everywhere and their politics maddeningly banal, as the ethno-centric politics of hate in the Caucasian Republic of Georgia demonstrate frightening similarities to the same politics in the Unites States of America.
By Brian E. Frydenborg (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter @bfry1981) October 10th, 2016
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AMMAN — Amid all the talk ...
- 12.10.2016 15:03:00
... Editor-in-Chief of the International Trends journal
Reflections in the footsteps of Victoria Nuland’s Transcaucasia tour
For several days now, the Russian media has been abuzz over what one journalist dubbed the “explosive” tour of Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Armenia taken by Victoria Nuland, whom it has referred to as assistant to the U.S. Secretary of State, but who is actually the assistant to the Under Secretary of State. Interest in Nuland is being fueled by a distorted assessment of her ...
- 06.03.2015 18:04:00
... region to deny EU efforts at wooing them away from the Russian sphere of influence. Specifically, Russia was able to influence Ukraine to work closer with the Customs Union and not sign an association agreement with the EU, however, both Moldova and Georgia chose to pursue the EU over closer cooperation with Russia.
While the world's attention is focused on Ukraine and the protests over Ukraine's refusal to sign the association agreement with the European Union at the Vilnius Summit,...
- 22.07.2014 21:30:00