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Eduard Shevardnadze is a Western hero.

December 18th, 2000 | Posted in The New Yorker, Articles | No Comments
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Download the PDF What's gone wrong in his own country?
by Michael Specter

Late on the afternoon of August 29, 1995, Eduard A. Shevardnadze, the Georgian head of state, walked out of the Parliament Building, in the capital city of Tbilisi, and climbed into the back seat of his car for a long-awaited ride. Read more »