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Tag Archives: Georgia
Here’s an interview with a journalist who is on a 7-year walk around the world. He reflects on the 42 times he has been stopped by police during the first two years of his trek.
This article announces recruitment for a new patrol police force in Kiev, Ukraine. The country hopes to follow the reform model of the Georgian experience by reducing the total number of police, replacing many, and significantly increasing salaries in order … Continue reading
This essay contrasts the experiences of Georgia and Moldova, two post-Soviet countries, with regard to police reform and controlling corruption. Their neighbor Ukraine is embarking on police reform now, following the Georgian model.
This news article reviews anti-corruption efforts in Georgia over the last decade, famously symbolized by new police stations with glass walls. Low-level and medium-level corruption seem to have been greatly reduced, but critics claim they were simply replaced by elite … Continue reading