Just what is Mikhail Saakashvili doing? Georgian president, Ukrainian governor, stateless fugitive — in the past decade, he's played all these roles, among others. But now that he's perched in a tent community near the parliament building in Kiev, an opposition leader surrounded by a huge group of restive followers, the question of who this bombastic politician is and what his aims are has become more pressing than ever. Trouble is, the answer to the question will vary wildly depending on whom you ask. Pose it to Ukrainian authorities and they'll tell you he's a rabble-rousing criminal. The Security Service of Ukraine has tried twice this week to arrest him on the suspicion he's conspiring with pro-Russian figures to undermine President Petro...
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What Is An Ex-Georgian President Doing Camping Outside Ukraine's Parliament?