Respected Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies, what a joke!! Potomac Institute?http://wikileaks.enzym.su/cable/2007/07/07TBILISI1732.html It is especially difficult to nail down the origin of any of the multitude of rumors, conspiracy theories, and political speculation in Georgia, but Georgian officials are convinced that Russian services are making an active effort to spread false information designed to undercut the Saakashvili government and to deflect responsibility for provocative actions away from Russia onto other alleged culprits. One particularly tangible example of disinformation serving Russian interests was a "Psychological Study" of Saakashvili widely disseminated by e-mail in January 2007 from an address purporting to be the "Georgian Association for Strategic and International Studies." The study makes a number of highly prejudicial judgments about TBILISI 00001732 004 OF 004 Saakashvili, and diagnoses him as suffering from an "expansive type of paranoid dysfunction...combined with narcissist type of hysteroid personality." Post had never heard of the organization that distributed the study -- many recipients likely confused it with the respected Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies, which receives support from the U.S. Embassy -- and a check of the Tbilisi street where it was supposedly located revealed that its address did not exist.