Soviet Georgians between Tbilisi and Moscow
Tens of millions of Soviet citizens lived among a national group to which they did not belong. Upheaval resulting from war, revolution, aggressive industrialization drives, and forced migrations resulted in significant population mixing. To examine this process, Eric Scott, athour of 'Familiar Strangers: The Georgian Diaspora and the Evolution of the Soviet Empire' offers his case study of the Georgian diaspora, analyzing the political, social, cultural, and economic aspects of its development. This is review article about Eric Scott book.