In Tbilisi, the Laluashvili couple reflects Georgia's divided foreign policy on April 10, 2015. Galia (left) says Georgia should ally with Russia because the two share common Christian values. Georgi (right) says Georgia should side with the EU because Vladimir Putin is a menace. The European Union decides May 17 whether to grant visa-free travel to citizens of the former Soviet republic of Georgia.
In Tbilisi, the Laluashvili couple reflects Georgia's divided foreign policy on April 10, 2015. Galia (left) says Georgia should ally with Russia because the two share common Christian values. Georgi (right) says Georgia should side with the EU because Vladimir Putin is a menace. The European Union decides May 17 whether to grant visa-free travel to citizens of the former Soviet republic of Georgia. McClatchy
In Tbilisi, the Laluashvili couple reflects Georgia's divided foreign policy on April 10, 2015. Galia (left) says Georgia should ally with Russia because the two share common Christian values. Georgi (right) says Georgia should side with the EU because Vladimir Putin is a menace. The European Union decides May 17 whether to grant visa-free travel to citizens of the former Soviet republic of Georgia. McClatchy

Like Ukraine, Georgia is now torn between Russia and the West

May 19, 2015 03:24 PM

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