Religious Radicals – the Biggest Threat to Georgia’s Democracy

By | May 20th, 2013|Categories: Opinion|Tags: , |

Tornike Sharashenidze is professor and head of MA Program of International Affairs at the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs. These shameful events posed new questions (or rather question marks) for the Georgian democracy. The country has achieved a lot since the collapse of the Soviet Union. It has effectively fought crime and corruption; it has managed to change its government through peaceful […]