If there's any country in the region that needs public relations, it's Georgia. After Russia imposed an economic blockade in October, the leaders of the Caucasus mountain country, a former Soviet republic with a population of 4.4 million, have gone on a diplomatic tour de force to argue their case and fortify relations with the West. Indeed, one of the most prominent personalities in Riga during the NATO summit was Nino Burjanadze, Georgia's parliamentary speaker who tirelessly made the rounds between meetings and interviews in an effort to demonstrate Georgia's desire to gain admittance to...
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