Nino Burjanadze

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Analogies between Georgia and the states of western Europe are difficult to maintain: it is precisely because the Euro-Atlantic community has reached a maturity in its mutual relationships that so many of us in Georgia want to be part of it.

But bear with me, please, on this.

Imagine if, last year, Britain and Spain had gone to war over Gibraltar and a report commissioned by the European Union into the conflict had just been published. It said Spain fired the first shots, in a clear breach of international law, and that Britain’s response – to invade Spain and to sponsor ethnic cleansing by Gibraltarian militias – was equally illegal.…  Seguir leyendo »