Georgia is currently going through a transition phase between a decidedly pro-US and generally pro-West, political class to a more moderate one that is trying to reconcile a gradual adhesion to Euro-Atlantic structures and better relations with Russia. In internal policy we are witnessing at once a slowdown in the country’s adhesion to the rules of the international community and a new emphasis on local traditions. Georgia’s position is crucial for the passage of the gas and oil pipelines from the Caspain Sea.



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 April 2014 Aspects of Home and Foreign Policy Click HERE to read the article