Editor's Comment
23 January, 2015
23 January, 2015
Most probably, we the humans have killing in our blood. Killing is a natural state for us. We have killed and continue killing with great ease. We usually kill if we
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16 January, 2015
16 January, 2015
In the now bygone with creaks and squeaks year of 2014, Georgia did not exactly look like a land flowing with milk and honey, to say the least.
And yet, there had still
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10 January, 2015
10 January, 2015
We are a tired nation! Tired we are as a result of wars, survival efforts, the cunning of others, our own lack of wisdom and paucity of good luck, and all kinds
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18 December, 2014
18 December, 2014
Following is a brief account of the way I see GEORGIA-2020, compiled and presented to public by the country’s current government.
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11 December, 2014
11 December, 2014
Modern technology has changed the character of governance. All over the world! Georgia is a distinguished catcher-up in the ways secular, and thus, we have found ourselves right
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04 December, 2014
04 December, 2014
The case is truly anecdotic if not deplorable at all! I heard the news on the television about the inauguration of a detour road around Kutaisi which is meant to give a slack
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27 November, 2014
27 November, 2014
Is this the grand finale of the Georgian-Abkhaz Concerto Drammatico in R major? Yeah, the damn thing sounds precisely like that. You probably got it right – R means Russia in this context. R and Abkhazia signed
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20 November, 2014
20 November, 2014
As it seems, the pro­cess of democratic maturation in Georgia is very much alive... and it is kicking too. Slightly though! I have rarely heard in my rather long life in Georgia – be it socialist
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20 November, 2014
20 November, 2014
Only quarter of a century ago, advent of capitalism onto this land sounded like thundershower – we all got drenched and cold and hungry too. In socialism, we moved around
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13 November, 2014
13 November, 2014
As it seems, the process of democratic maturation in Georgia is very much alive . . . and it is kicking too. Slightly though! I have rarely heard in my rather long life in Georgia
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GJ Editor's comment
16 January, 2015
In the now bygone with creaks and squeaks year of 2014, Georgia did not exactly look like a land flowing with milk and honey, to say the least.
And yet, there had still
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In Georgian Journal, we already covered the government’s six-year development strategy plan, the GE 2020, at length. Indeed, as our esteemed consulting
On January 28th the 2015 European Figure Skating Championships was declared open in Stockholm. This year Georgia was represented by Skater Elene Gedevanishvili, while Tatiana Kozmava and Alexander Zolotarev competed together to gain victory for Georgia as well.
The explosion that occurred on January 20th in the village of Karapila shook the entire country because it took the life of Iuri Vazagashvili, father of Zurab Vazagashvili, who
“NATO very strongly supports Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations. Georgia is a great partner to NATO and a great contributor to our operations, which makes Georgia an exporter of security.
The Interior Minister did the right thing by quitting and I welcome this, - former Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili said.
Israeli Ambassador Yuval Fuchs is among the diplomats, who have always been vocal about the necessity for Georgia to have adequate counter-terrorism policy.
On the 27th of January, Tbilisi’s Mayor Davit Narmania was observing the process of cleaning an underground walkway near Tbilisi Concert Hall.
Chakhokhbili is a traditional Georgian dish of stewed chicken with fresh herbs.  For preparing of this delicious meal, it is preferable to purchase the chicken from hennery.
Family of Davit Narmania, Mayor of Tbilisi, has a new member - on January 28th, he became a father to a daughter named Elene. She was born at Davit Gagua Clinic, weighing 3.8kg and being 52 cm tall.
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