This multidisciplinary collection provides a unique insiders’ perspective on the major issues in Georgian politics, society, and economics in the twenty-five years since its independence from the Soviet Union.
Stephen F. Jones is a professor of Russian and Eurasian Studies at Mount Holyoke College. MacFarlaneNeil:
Neil MacFarlane is the Lester B. Pearson professor of International Relations and Fellow at St Anne’s College, University of Oxford.
Thomas de Waal, Senior Fellow, Carnegie Europe:
"Georgia: From Autocracy to Democracy draws on an impressive list of contributors, both Georgian and non-Georgian, new and well-established, who provide a rich portrait of the country’s progress in the local and international context."
Jeremy Smith, Director of the VERA Centre for Russian and Border Studies, University of Eastern Finland:
"Georgia: From Autocracy to Democracy provides a comprehensive guide to the political, economic, and international development of Georgia from 1991 to the present. It is a unique and invaluable aid to students of the region, as well as diplomats, foreign ministry, and international organization personnel dealing with Georgia."