Editor's Comment
22 May, 2015
22 May, 2015
Economic Crisis! Do­es this sound overly loud? People are talking broadly and extensively about financial crisis in Georgia.
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14 May, 2015
14 May, 2015
The talk about the oldest profession of the world is just as aged as the trade itself. The subject is always topical here in Georgia too.
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08 May, 2015
08 May, 2015
He is wanted! Wanted by the government of the country he once used to be a chief executive of. I am not kidding – he is truly and seriously
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01 May, 2015
01 May, 2015
Living and working in the United States, I would often hear people judge the lawyers they want to hire by the car they drive and the attire they are wrapped in.
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24 April, 2015
24 April, 2015
At this editorial tim­e, I am using some bor­rowed wisdom to squeeze a wise interpretation from what I observe in Georgia. I admit that I cannot grasp the entire picture
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18 April, 2015
18 April, 2015
I love America but I will never say I know it well. To perceive America, you want to listen in carefully, and meticulously analyze what you hear.
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10 April, 2015
10 April, 2015
How many people in the world would know that our darling Georgia has a birth name – Sakartvelo, which is authoritatively legitimized by the main law
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03 April, 2015
03 April, 2015
In October of 2012 there came an edgily and extensively awaited-for change of hands in the Georgian government, and it was stridently and smugly qualified
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27 March, 2015
27 March, 2015
What is the bottom line for Georgia after all, and who and what will take care of it? In the last quarter of a century, this country has gone through a radical geopolitical
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21 March, 2015
21 March, 2015
We are a culture which does not very well know itself. We are not the best self-analysts in the world. We possess a shining propensity of taking things for granted.
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GJ Editor's comment
14 May, 2015
The talk about the oldest profession of the world is just as aged as the trade itself. The subject is always topical here in Georgia too.
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