This season's first program is the first of two episodes about Georgia.
Georgia is a tiny country in the crossroads between Eastern Europe and West Asia but plays a big geopolitical role. This first show will focus on Georgia's relations to Russia, it's quest to become a Nato and EU member. We'll talk about the bloodless 'Rose revolution' that took place in 2004, the conflict that the country has with it's two breakaway regions and the war with Russia that it fought as recently as 2008.
Tune in tonight at 8.30, or listen to the episode on mixcloud.com/k103, and hear Martina Quick, the ambassador of Sweden to Georgia and Dominic Zagara journalist at Democracy and Freedom Watch interpret Georgia's geopolitical situation.
At the end of our show is a report, by Rebecka Mårtensson. In a serie that she makes called “The other Italy”. This time about a project to map Italian NGO’s and Nonprofit organizations, called Italia che cambia.