Roads, rails, ports – projects aimed at launching or expanding transit routes from Asia to Europe are mounting. In the middle of it all are the countries of Central Asia and the South Caucasus. What do the mega-infrastructure projects mean for the local populations? Temur Gugushvili and Gvantsa Salukvadze from Tbilisi State University studied this question on Georgia's west-east axis in a pilot project.
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