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06 August, 2015
06 August, 2015
People talk about Georgia choosing between Russia and the West as if Georgia ended up at a soccer game and, well, since we’re here we may
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30 July, 2015
30 July, 2015
I have seen a few confederate flags in Tbilisi. Some on used cars that have come from the United States, stickers here and there, even a few
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23 July, 2015
23 July, 2015
A record number of people in Georgia dislike all political forces. The strange thing is that if you look at Georgia’s media, that is not at all the picture
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17 July, 2015
17 July, 2015
“But why are we speaking so long about one enemy who now avows that he is one, whom I now do not fear because a wall is between
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16 July, 2015
16 July, 2015
After the 1979 Iranian revolution, the international community has not really known how to deal with Iran. And the fact of the revolution illustrates
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11 July, 2015
11 July, 2015
For many years, all we’ve been hearing from our government(s) is how important small and medium enterprises are for the economy
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09 July, 2015
09 July, 2015
Greece voted to reject the international offer to pay some of its enormous debts in exchange for continued budget cuts.
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02 July, 2015
02 July, 2015
Transactions are slowing down in Georgia. You can feel it in business and all of the administrative acts of life. If you need some paper to make something
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29 June, 2015
29 June, 2015
In the morning of June 14, when the first photographs and videos of the devastation that took place in Tbilisi appeared on the internet, most
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27 June, 2015
27 June, 2015
Tinatin Japaridze is a Georgian-born artist, composer and a Columbia University student currently studying cultural psychology
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15 June, 2015
15 June, 2015
For twenty five years since Georgia became independent when people from North America, Western Europe, and around the world
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11 June, 2015
11 June, 2015
Turkey’s elections may not mean much of a change in Turkish-Georgian relations but they have some interesting lessons for Georgia.
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04 June, 2015
04 June, 2015
There is great concern in Georgia about the dropping value of the lari and the rising cost of imports that it entails. Both sides of the political map
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30 May, 2015
30 May, 2015
There are many abhorrent trends in the world today, too many to list all in one go. The fabric of civilized societies is being eroded from both
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21 May, 2015
21 May, 2015
The Conservative or Tory party won the British elections. David Cameron has promised a referendum by 2017 on EU membership that will be difficult
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07 May, 2015
07 May, 2015
Much like his Soviet predecessors, Russia’s current leader spares no effort for self-glorification. Starting with taxpayer-funded “Nashi” youth movement, who
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07 May, 2015
07 May, 2015
A couple of weeks ago, something happened that was largely ignored or misunderstood by the Georgian press. The EU formally said Russian Gazprom
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23 April, 2015
23 April, 2015
The American presidential campaign is the longest and most expensive campaign in the world and has now officially started.
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16 April, 2015
16 April, 2015
Parliaments always have an easier time discussing small pointlesspolitical issues than big structural issues. But now is exactly thetime to solve one of the biggest
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09 April, 2015
09 April, 2015
Georgia Has Much to Gain and Nothing to Lose
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GJ Editor's comment
12 November, 2015
“Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.” Just in Denmark, not in Georgia! Aren’t we lucky that nothing
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The visa-free travel regime for Georgia with Europe will take on March 28. Citizens with biometric passports will be able to travel to the Schengen countries
Georgian author Naira Gelashvili and her book “I am the one” were in the center of attention at Leipzig Book Fair in Germany.
Why did the Kenyan boy die after a year? What did Kenyans do to save the boy and what is their reaction? Read the information below to learn the latest news.
Starbucks, the most popular and largest coffee shop chain is entering Georgian market.
CFDA Fashion Awards, often referred to as “the Oscars of fashion”, has revealed its nominees.
A Georgian couple, who travels to the different regions of Georgia, has shared many adventures and interesting stories with us.
Last week, the Foreign Minister of Hungary, Péter Szijjártó, visited Georgia to bolster the bilateral relations between the two countries
In Kakheti region of Georgia, in the family of architects and artists, the cheese is made using French and Italian technology.
Traditional Georgian supra (feast table) has been included in the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List.
Tvishi is an appellation of origin and this wine is made of Tsolikouri grapes, making it one of the most distinctive Georgian white semi-sweet wines.
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