Georgia pp 205-222 | Cite as


  • Peter Nasmyth


My next visit in November 1994 seemed to coincide with a watershed in Georgia’s period of shame. The moral decline appeared to be ending — at least the fighting. But then, as if pre-ordained by that perverse God temporarily assigned to the Georgians, came a completely new set of problems. In my region of Tbilisi, Saburtalo, they began one evening at 8.30pm. The lights went out.


Christmas Tree Iranian Plate Gaping Hole Moral Decline Tangerine Juice 
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