Editor's Comment
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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06 November, 2014
06 November, 2014
In his famous but highly controversial book ‘Clash of Civilizations’, Samuel Huntington, the well-known American political scientist who has notably influenced the world political thought, is suggesting six presumptions
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GJ Editor's comment
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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The International Republican Institute (IRI) has posted new survey results on its website.
The Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office has again refused to extradite former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, - the Prosecutor General's press office reports.
“To honor this esteemed guest and give his audience the possibility to fully enjoy the famous rapper’s music, the use of marijuana, in small quantities, will be legal
Linda van, Vliet winner of the Wings for Life World Run Netherlands-2014, will run in Georgia On May 3, 2015.
The Tbilisi Zoo official webpage has announced that a female hamadryas baboon was recently born.
Georgia’s national youth rugby team has advanced to the the final of the Elite Division of the 2015 Rugby Europe U18 Championship
This is the topic of the FRYDAY W business seminar & networking dinner, which will be held on Friday April 3rd at 18:30 – the first of its kind in Tbilisi.
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