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The Return of Georgia’s Prodigal Sons: an Economic Story of Homecoming

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Built in 2009-10, the car exchange platform in Rustavi is an excellent example of an effective industrial policy that helps Georgia make good on its promise as a gateway to Central Asian markets – and...
Georgian and Armenian “Deplorables” and "Desperados" Taking It to the Streets

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Despite impressive economic recovery in 2017-18, Georgians and Armenians appear to be seriously unhappy with the current state of their political institutions. Their dissatisfaction with their governments is reflected in UN’s World Happiness Report 2018...

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