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01 October, 2015
01 October, 2015
There are two possible uses for Georgia’s military. The first would be to fight a war with an external threat or by its existence, to deter
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24 September, 2015
24 September, 2015
Last weekend I went to a hackathon in San Francisco called Protohack. In the former Soviet Union, people tend to think of hacking
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18 September, 2015
18 September, 2015
“I call an animal, a species, an individual corrupt, when it loses its instincts, when it prefers what is injurious
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10 September, 2015
10 September, 2015
The people of Syria see the Assad regime weakening, and considering who may take over and what they might
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20 August, 2015
20 August, 2015
A Conservative Contrarian View on Georgia’s Geopolitical Dilemma
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12 August, 2015
12 August, 2015
When the powerful have to make something happen that they want few people to notice, they issue the statement late in the afternoon
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07 August, 2015
07 August, 2015
In 2012, Georgia was promised to witness what ex-Prime Minister Ivanishvili called “a new age.” It would be achieved by “restarting”
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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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Victor Yelenskyj was the head of the Ukrainian delegation at that fateful Interparliamentary Ortho­dox Assembly in Tbilisi that sparked the protests still ongoing to this day.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree prohibiting Russian airlines from carrying Russian citizens to Georgia from July 8.
The protests in the center of Tbilisi over the Russian MP’s presence in Georgian parliament caused a nation-wide outburst against the ruling Georgian Dream party and Russia.
We are people of the world, we will never be afraid to stand up for you… - a message from Denmark
Guram Tushishvili of Georgia won against Inal Tasoev of Russia in the Men's 100+kg Judo at Chizhovka Stadium on June 24, 2019, in Minsk, Belarus.
Mako Gomuri, a girl who lost her eye during the events taken place on the 20-21st of June was released from the hospital yesterday.
A11-year-old Giorgi Sheshaberidze owns a successful homemade lollipop business “Dora” in Gori (a city in eastern Georgia).
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree prohibiting Russian airlines from carrying Russian citizens to Georgia from July 8.
The government has agreed to hold proportional parliamentary elections in Georgia in 2020.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree yesterday prohibiting Russian airlines from carrying Russian citizens to Georgia from July 8.
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