An Orthodox church’s hateful rhetoric and a stream of targeted Russian disinformation is putting the country of Georgia on a dark and dangerous path.
Will Cathcart is a journalist and editor based in Tbilisi, Georgia, covering geopolitics and culture for The Daily Beast, CNN, Foreign Policy, and others. He is a former media advisor to the president of Georgia.
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