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Has the Orthodox Church Been Too Successful?

For a long time, it has been a taboo to criticize the Orthodox Church in Georgia. Quite recently, however, the clergymen themselves lifted...

Tourist Market Watch

Alliance Group, a major player in the Georgian real estate and hospitality sectors, has announced plans to...

Why Georgia Should be Worried about Marine Le Pen

While European Union member states are preoccupied with countering Russian...

Dechert Onpoint: Georgia & The Energy Charter Treaty

Dechert Georgia, through the contribution of partners Archil Giorgadze and Nicola Mariani...

Georgia Joins European Stadium Security Convention

Georgia, on Sunday, signed on to the Council of Europe’s Convention...

Georgia's Mzechabuk Makharadze Wins Gold in Ukraine

Georgia’s Mzechabuk Makharadze won gold in the Individual...

Georgia Shock Reigning European Champions Spain with “Unbelievable” Victory

 A first-half goal from Tornike Okriashvili proved sufficient to give...

FIFA or not FIFA, that is the Question

While the government is busy beating up the opposition, occupied Abkhazia...

UEFA European Championship in Gudauri Marco Polo

Excitement, entertainment and live broadcasting in the alpine mountains...

Chess Legend Nona Gaprindashvili’s Star Opens in Tbilisi

Five-time world chess champion Nona Gaprindashvili was awarded...

Side by Side for Victory: Georgian Railway Sponsors National Basketball Federation

Georgian Railway is now an official sponsor of the Georgian National Basketball Federation...

Georgia’s National Judo Team Wins European Championship

Georgia’s national judo team finished atop the leaderboard at the 2016 European Championship held in Kazan, Russia on April 21-24...

Georgian Shotokan Karate Team Wins Big Israel

Georgia's Shotokan Karate team will return home from the 2016 International Cup in Orakiva...

Chilly Start for Georgia’s Weiss in More Ways than One

A crowd of little more than 5,000 braved an unseasonably freezing...