The Role of Georgia’s Media—and Western Aid—in the Rose Revolution

  title={The Role of Georgia’s Media—and Western Aid—in the Rose Revolution},
  author={David Anable},
  journal={The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics},
  pages={43 - 7}
  • David Anable
  • Published 2006
  • Sociology
  • The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics
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