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Georgia: Thriller with terrorists in Tbilisi

12/2017

In Tbilisi, terrorists fired back at special forces for 20 hours.

Georgia: Local rise for Georgian Dream

11/2017

Kakha Kaladze with his considerable financial, administrative and domestic party support secured his victory in Tbilici mayor elections already in the first round

Georgia: Waiting for president’s veto

10/2017

The president is expected to veto a new Constitution, but the parliament will overcome veto

Fiery summer in Georgia

09/2017

Wildfires in the Borjomi Gorge reached disastrous scale unseen before

Georgia: Seven years waiting for democracy

07/2017

Georgia completed the construction of the largest hydro power plant

Georgia: Way to NATO

06/2017

Media protest in Tbilisi after the kidnapping of Azerbaijanian journalist

Georgia: Fighting for new Constitution

05/2017

Constitutional Commission votes for the new project of Constitution

Georgia: Dancing with wolves to tune of visa free regime

04/2017

Citizens of unrecognized South Ossetia will serve in Russian army

Realities and challenges of anti-corruption policy in Georgia

04/2017

Today Georgia is a leader in fighting corruption in the region, and this is confirmed by the international researches.

Georgia: Cyanide and mystical stories

04/2017

A detective story with a medieval twist including intrigues, poison and an attack on the most important institution of Georgian society, the Church, has become the hottest news of the month. It overshadowed even the long-awaited visa-free regime granted by the European Union.

Georgia: Gas issues with Russia heat up the political landscape

03/2017

Georgia’s financial loss from the deal with Gazprom is nearly fourfold.

Georgia: Pro-Western Powers Lose Supporters though EU Membership Has No Alternative

01/2017

Newly elected parliament passed a resolution stating the foreign policy priority is Georgia’s EU membership, without an alternative