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Published on: October 23, 2014
Decentralization in Georgia
Power to the People, Softly

“Decentralization” is a dirty byword for federalization in much of Eurasia (cf. Ukraine), but it’s not a bad idea in Georgia, especially after the excesses of centralization under Saakashvili.

Michael Hikari Cecire is a Black Sea regional analyst and co-editor of Georgian Foreign Policy: The Quest for Sustainable Security.
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