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Georgians rally against controversial ‘foreign agents’ bill – it’s the latest chapter in the country’s long history of political protest

By Natasha Lindstaedt, Professor, Department of Government, University of Essex
Thousands of Georgians have flocked to the streets of Tbilisi, even in the pouring rain, in protest at the passing of a Russian-inspired law that brands overseas-funded NGOs as “foreign agents”. Those who oppose the bill say it could be used to curtail civil liberties.

Two of Russia’s other neighbours, Kazakhstan and

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