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Michael Hikari Cecire is an associate scholar at the Foreign Policy Research Institute’s Project on Democratic Transitions.


Articles by Michael Cecire :

Caucasus Context: US-Georgia Free Trade Agreement Prospects – Analysis

Caucasus Context speaks with independent analyst Aleko Scrivener about the prospects of a U.S.-Georgia Free Trade Agreement following Mikheil Saakashvili’s

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Caucasus Context: Lincoln Mitchell On Georgian Democracy

Caucasus Context will be Evolutsia.Net’s weekly interview brief, providing context  to newsworthy regional issues. Today, Caucasus Context speaks to Columbia

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Georgia: The legacy Of April 9, 2009 – Analysis

April 9 is etched in the collective memory for much of the Georgian people as a day of sorrow, tragedy,

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Caucasus: A Maelstrom Of Geography

While fighting raged in South Ossetia between Georgian and Russian forces in August 2008, the Drudge Report, the popular US-based

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American decline and Caucasus peace

With the release of two fascinating papers, it’s been a big week for those keeping tabs on Georgia and central

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Five Reasons Why Georgia Lost The August War


Since the Russia-Georgia war of August 2008, much has been debated, rehashed, and argued about the circumstances and events before

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A chat with Ilusha Tsinadze

Ilusha Tsinadze, the Georgian-American musician whose group has been making waves in Georgia over their amazing, unique rendition of Mokhevis

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Divergent Interests

A Moscow Times headline boldly declared “How to Resolve the Georgia Conflict” for a piece written by the increasingly influential

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