FROM KREMLIN TO CHAOS

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"Things have been quiet recently in Georgia, but there are a lot of problems," saysMoscow bureau chief John Kohan. "The economy has broken down, and Shevardnadze is struggling to establish a strong central authority." The bombing, he adds, illustrates the difficulty of theformer Soviet foreign minister'scurrent job. "In some ways it's been harder for Shevardnadze to bring peace to his own country than it was to help end the Cold War."