Blogs
15 December, 2018
15 December, 2018
Lately, I went to West Georgia in order to learn more about the challenges of organic hazelnut farming in the region. My travel experiences give a good impression about how Georgia works and help explain why I feel so comfortable here during my internship at the Georgian Journal.
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19 November, 2018
19 November, 2018
Before the first round of presidential elections took place, the ruling party “Georgian Dream” was certain of success.
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13 November, 2018
13 November, 2018
Only a two-and-a-half-hours drive away from Tbilisi lies the small city of Lagodekhi at the foot of the Great Caucasian Mountains.
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07 November, 2017
07 November, 2017
On my first few days in Tbilisi, I stumbled across these two contrasting slogans. One is a testimony of open-mindedness and tolerance,
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18 October, 2017
18 October, 2017
“The brain is wider than the sky.” Emily Dickinson.
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22 June, 2017
22 June, 2017
“And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.” Friedrich Nietzsche.
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12 June, 2017
12 June, 2017
Georgian-born Mancho Busse has been working in hospitality business for many years by now. Her husband, Robin Busse, works for the State Department of The United States,
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22 March, 2017
22 March, 2017
Irresponsible waste disposal practices continue to have drastic effects on the environment.
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02 March, 2017
02 March, 2017
Whether you’re a writer, artist, or even a marketing executive, you’ve probably had days where you felt completely uninspired.
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01 March, 2017
01 March, 2017
I left Switzerland and arrived in Tbilisi on December 28.
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27 January, 2017
27 January, 2017
If you've been searching for a unique place to vacation in 2017, the beautiful country of Georgia holds some hidden treasures.
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07 December, 2016
07 December, 2016
“All roads lead to Rome” – states one of the most famous medieval proverbs. It’s fascinating to think how much the narrow streets and glorious walls of this eternal city have seen.
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08 November, 2016
08 November, 2016
Electoral fever is dying down in Georgia as it ramps up in the United States.
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07 October, 2016
07 October, 2016
Georgian pre-election period can be classified as “Moral Inversion”, a notion first put forward by Michael Polanyi.
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05 December, 2015
05 December, 2015
Like it or not, the name of the 45th American President will most likely be Donald Trump.
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30 October, 2015
30 October, 2015
On Saturday for the ceremony in Charleston, instead of wedding gifts, the Managing Editor of Georgian Journal, Will Cathcart
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24 October, 2015
24 October, 2015
Unlike many of my compatriots, I view my country as a sentient creature, a single organism. The mountains
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23 October, 2015
23 October, 2015
"I remember that when I was a schoolgirl, they told us we have to be ready to give our lives for the motherland.
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22 October, 2015
22 October, 2015
On the 11th of October, the population of Belarus has elected Alexander Lukashenko to serve his fifth term
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22 October, 2015
22 October, 2015
Recent polls have shown that the EU is less and less popular in Georgia. The reason is that they
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Pregnant women throughout Georgia are invited to attend free virtual sessions led by top gynecologists and have answers to their most pressing questions answered, - reads the statement by UNICEF.
With the World Bank's $80 million Emergency COVID-19 Response project financial support and mediation, the government of Georgia was able to procure 147 000 Rapid COVID-19 Antibody and Antigen Test Kits and 250 000 PCR Test, that will triple Georgia's testing capacity to 3000 samples per day by mid-July, - reports World Bank.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia responds to the statement of the Russian Foreign Ministry regarding Lugar's laboratory.
UNDP Georgia states that boosting the healthcare system with digital solutions in Georgia will enable thousands of medical staff to improve their skills in treating infectious diseases.
The UN Human Rights Council adopted a resolution on the occupied territories of Georgia - "Cooperation with Georgia" within the framework of its 43rd session.
Given that one year has passed since June 20, 2019, it is interesting to see how the West assesses the developments in Georgia during this one year and what expectations it has for the October parliamentary elections.
The Eastern Partnership (EaP) marked its 10th anniversary in 2019. The round dates always come with reflections and new resolutions for the future.
According to a government decree, rail traffic has been resumed today, June 15.
According to Paata Imnadze, Deputy Director of the National Center for Disease Control, the second wave of coronavirus will most likely occur, and if the population does not follow the rules, it will occur sooner.
According to the government's decree, the railway travel will restart from 15 June. As the Georgian Railway states, the company is ready to ensure the safe transportation of its passengers and to follow the Healthcare Ministry's regulations.
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