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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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30 October, 2014
30 October, 2014
Male VS Female! There is nothing terribly new in this trivial juxtaposition – old, familiar and universally recognized. Only, we do not very well know and recognize the reasons of their confrontational unity.
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23 October, 2014
23 October, 2014
Georgia does not have a state border with Abkhazeti a.k.a. Abkhazia because Georgia cannot have a state border with Abkhazeti for a very simple reason that Abkhazeti is an integral
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16 October, 2014
16 October, 2014
As I sat going through ‘wires’ this morning, I could not find anything very hot and juicy in the news. So in an attempt of not letting my pen go dry, I hurriedly made for the famous Dry Bridge
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09 October, 2014
09 October, 2014
The answer is – Both! With the desire and readiness to have this nation develop into a realistically functioning democracy, we must have the blueprint that accommodates both
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02 October, 2014
02 October, 2014
Now that it seems that we have peacefully gotten over the swords unsheathed and daggers drawn in the highest echelons of the Georgian government, the desire to look deeper
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