Georgia country studies

Georgia country studies

Acknowledgments and Preface
History
Early History
Occupation and Inclusion in the Russian Empire
Within the Russian Empire
Social and Intellectual Developments
The Spirit of Revolution
World War I and Independence
Within the Soviet Union
World War Ii and the Late Stalin Period
Post-Stalin Politics
The First Shevardnadze Period
Patiashvili
After Communist Rule
Nationalism Rises
The Rise of Gamsakhurdia
The Struggle for Control
The Military Council
Threats of Fragmentation - South Ossetia
Abkhazia
Geography
Climate
Environment
Population
Ethnic Minorities
Language, Religion, and Culture
Religion
The Arts
Architecture
Music and Dance
Film and Theater
Education, Health, and Welfare
Health
Social Security
The Economy
The Economy - Conditions in the Soviet System
The Economy - Obstacles to Development
The Underground Economy
Wages and Prices
Banking, the Budget, and the Currency
Industry
Energy
Agriculture
Land Redistribution
Crops
Transportation and Telecommunications
Economic Reform
Enterprise Privatization
Foreign Trade
Government and Politics
The 1990 Election
The Gamsakhurdia Government
Gamsakhurdia's Ouster and Its Aftermath
New Parties and Shevardnadze's Return
The Election of 1992
Formation of the Shevardnadze Government
The Cabinet
Parliament
The Chief Executive
The Judicial System
The Constitution
Human Rights
The Media
Foreign Relations
The Soviet and Gamsakhurdia Periods
The Foreign Policy Establishment
Revived Contacts in 1992
Relations with Neighboring Countries
Russia
Turkey
Bibliography

http://services.georgia.gov/dch/mebs/jsp/index.jsp
http://christianindex.org/


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