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Georgia: a fragile state

Georgia became independent after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. Since then it’s been a place of continuous political struggle. But the country will never forget the day of November 7, 2007. Thousands of armed riot police clashed with thousands of opposition supporters protesting against the Georgian president. Aleksandr Luchaninov analyses the mechanisms of revolution in an RT documentary - Georgia: a fragile State.

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