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TEDxTbilisi – Gavin Slade – Reputation Management: the Decline of the Thieves-in-Law in Georgia

Gavin Slade discusses the decline of organized crime in Georgia, and learns lessons about the global fight against criminal organizations. Gavin Slade, PhD, …

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9 Responses to “TEDxTbilisi – Gavin Slade – Reputation Management: the Decline of the Thieves-in-Law in Georgia”

  1. Thomas Dunning May 15, 2014 at 2:59 pm #

    Gagimarjos. This was an excellent presentation. Its a shame that some
    comments below choose to make this about politics rather than about
    learning and academia. If this was in Georgian language, it wouldn’t help
    non-Georgians understand Georgian culture, so I’m very happy that this was
    in English. Kanonieri Qurdi, while largely diminished (Thank GOD!), still
    exists and even where the scum has been ripped out, the cultural effects on
    family and society still exist. Good riddance to bad rubbish! If
    Sakartvelo wants the world to believe in the ‘noble values’ it tells
    everyone is a part of its culture, then it must not allow the Vor Zakonni
    to return or all the positive changes will be lost. Thanks Gavin Slade for
    a brilliant introduction to this area of Kartvelology that no one in
    Georgia seems to want to talk about. Kochag bicho! Madloba rom arsebob.

  2. Gio Iberi May 15, 2014 at 3:18 pm #

    Dude, calm down, no one is gonna touch you :) 

  3. bubabarakuda May 15, 2014 at 4:17 pm #

    lol who told you that?

  4. Gio Iberi May 15, 2014 at 4:46 pm #

    What kind of Vatican and chimney are you talking about ? Who told you that
    ? It is a blatant lie.

  5. Gio Iberi May 15, 2014 at 5:07 pm #

    There is no mafia so consequently there are no mafia bosses in Georgia.
    Don`t get it mixed up.

  6. mzleveli May 15, 2014 at 5:23 pm #

    What’s the point of explaining about Thiefs in Law in Georgia to Georgians
    in Tbilisi? Ah, right, it’s from 2012, the election was ahead, someone
    wanted an anglophone expert to confirm his great deeds to the public =D

  7. Iber Idea May 15, 2014 at 6:22 pm #

    very interesting points.

  8. Beso Gvenetadze May 15, 2014 at 7:17 pm #

    I don’t think any Georgian could talk about this subject more
    comprehensively than Gavin. And it makes me so proud that I had an
    opportunity to meet him when he interviewed me when I was at school and he
    was working for his thesis for a doctor’s degree.

  9. Tristan Nozadze May 15, 2014 at 8:09 pm #

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