Opinion: Why Putin puts his neighbor Georgia on edge

Upon arriving in Tbilisi, Georgia’s capital, for the first time since the pandemic began, I dropped my bag off at my Airbnb, strolled out and noticed the words “F**k Putin” graffitied in English on my building. A few meters away, a similar sentiment was scrawled in Russian and not far from that, my friend pointed to the same phrase painted on the wall in Georgia’s distinctive alphabet.

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