The modern state of Georgia was established under the terms of the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, and during the ensuing chaos of the Russian Civil War, she emerged as a Menshevik stronghold, firmly establishing a potentially grave threat to White Forces in the Caucasus and Don-Kuban region who were only just beginning to regroup. However, the Georgian leadership quickly declared their new country's neutrality in the Civil War, and unwilling to risk a potentially disastrous conflict in the mountains of the Caucasus, especially when the Bolsheviks still held the Russian heartland, Kerensky and the Generals were content to leave the small state alone for the time being. A Popular Front of native Mensheviks, small groups of Bolsheviks, and Social Revolutionaries quickly emerged and went to work building a new form of 'Caucasian Socialism' under a representative parliamentary system.
Since the revolution, the state has been characterized by strong state power, regulation, and intervention, and although this has given the country a surprisingly strong industrial base, not all is well in Menshevik Georgia. Indeed, the industrialization process subverted the country's constitution by creating a massive and unaccountable bureaucratic administration and putting it in charge of the country, and with each day the regime of this vast organization becomes more and more bound to the police and 'internal security service'. Georgia's democratic constitution has now become irrelevant, and all real power is now concentrated in the hands of the Supreme Economic Council, which is in turn increasingly controlled by the Chairmanship of Lavrentiy Beria - a man who is eager to integrate more regions into the Caucasian Socialist State.
Georgia is a socialist republic controlled by the Menshevik Party of Georgia.
President: Kandid Charkviani
Chairman of the Central Committee of the Menshevik Party and Minister of War: Lavrentiy Beria
Minister of Foreign Affairs: Budu Mdivani
Minister of Finance: Georgi Eliav
Head of the Internal Security Service: Sergo Ordzhonikidzhe
Head of the External Security Service: Nikola Nakashidzhe
Chief of Georgian Ground Forces: Igor D. Tcherniakhovski
Chief of Georgian Navy: Alexei Brusilov
Chief of Georgian Air Force: Mamia Orakhelashvili
The People's Guard is the privileged military force in the country. Founded on 5 September 1917, as the Worker's Guard it was later renamed into the Red Guard, and finally into the People's Guard. It is a highly politicized military structure placed directly under the control of the Ministry of War and consist of six infantry divisions. Serious naval and air military programs were never attempted.
Friendly relations with the Socialist Republic of Italy.