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Why Georgia’s quest for Euro-Atlantic integration matters more than ever

Seven years after his invasion of the former Soviet Republic, Russian President Vladimir Putin is busy in Georgia again. Since early summer, Russian-backed security forces have been inching further into the country from the breakaway province of South Ossetia to install signs unilaterally creating a new border with Georgia. As a result of the new demarcations, part of a BP-operated gas pipeline has now been shifted from Georgian to Russian control, and Georgian farmers have been losing their fields. As one local farmer noted, “I was in Georgia when I went to bed,” but “when I woke I was in …read more

Source: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

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