Expert Opinion
02 December, 2010
02 December, 2010

‘It seems Georgia will not be an obstacle to Russia’s WTO accession any more’


Why the population gathered in front of the Parliament when from the outset it was clear that the aim was unachievable? At any rate, the speakers at the rally were expected to talk for the sake of talking, only to dismiss the rally in the evening, pledging further actions of the sort.

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25 November, 2010
25 November, 2010

Interview with Zurab Abashidze, Doctor of Political Sciences


‘We are not going to import problems to NATO,’ said Nikola Sarkozy at the Lisbon Summit. In his speech, French President also reminded us of Georgian problems related to two separatist regions.

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18 November, 2010
18 November, 2010

Despite the earlier claims of Davit Bakradze, Speaker of Georgian Parliament, prognosis of pessimists came true. Media obscurity is going to remain unaffected.

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11 November, 2010
11 November, 2010

‘Assessment of situation by the UN  Development Program is much more adequate’


Events abounded last week. If anything, exposing of espionage network on the Day of Russian Intelligence looked rather impressive.

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04 November, 2010
04 November, 2010

‘Both Abkhazia and so called South Ossetia are economic  burdens for Russia’


According to a new decree, citizens who fail to pay even a single utility bill would be shut out of all utilities.

“My family has a tradition to pay all the bills. If you use a service then you are supposed to pay for it,” – said Mikheil Machavariani, Vice-Speaker of the Georgian Parliament.

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28 October, 2010
28 October, 2010

Interview with political expert Soso Tsiskarishvili


According to the research conducted by international organization ‘Reporters Without Borders’, Georgia holds 100th place in the international media freedom rating.

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21 October, 2010
21 October, 2010

‘Construction of Kars-Akhalkalaki-Tbilisi railway is postponed indefinitely’


After two years of innumerable Geneva missions and consultations, Moscow decided to hand one village over to Georgia;

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14 October, 2010
14 October, 2010

How Georgian Government uses White House statements


Russia gets closer to China; Strasburg Court issues an official decree on inhuman treatment of Chechens by Russian militaries. And what is going on in Georgia?

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07 October, 2010
07 October, 2010

Interview with philosopher Kakha Katsitadze


“NATO decided that Georgia would become a member of the Alliance and this position is firm,” said NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen during his visit in Georgia.

He also added that Georgia would need to satisfy appropriate criteria to join the Alliance.

In contrast, Georgian soldiers are sacrificing their lives so that the dream of NATO membership comes true. They carry their peacekeeping mission in Helmand province of Afghanistan, where situation is most hazardous. This is the province from where even Britain withdrew its forces quoting excessive risks.

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30 September, 2010
30 September, 2010

‘Sooner or later Russia will have to compromise’


How real is the idea of united and peaceful Caucasus, given that the region is seen by many as a ticking bomb, ridden with a bouquet of conflicts nurtured by Russia, one of the most aggressive players in the world? Besides, last week the first hearing of Georgian Parliament gave a ‘go ahead’ to the constitutional changes to herald a new redistribution of power between the branches of State power.

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