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Sour grapes? Tornike Sharashenidze of Georgian Institute of Public Affairs

It took almost a decade for Russia and Georgia to start normalizing their relations after the 2008 war in South Ossetia, but then a case of unfortunate seating arrangements threw much of that progress out of the window. With the Georgians taking to the streets to decry supposed Russian aggression and the Russians turning off the tap on economic cooperation, is there still a rational way out? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Tornike Sharashenidze, Head of the School of Intl. Relations at Georgian Institute of Public Affairs.


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