Your Guest Is My Guest, or Why Tourism Is Not a Zero-Sum Game

The share of “transit tourists” (those who continue from Georgia to a neigbor country) in the total is not very high...

Georgian Wine Industry: Implications of a Russian Embargo

Russia has certain economic leverage over Georgia, as last year Georgian exports to Russia accounted...

Never Waste a Good Crisis

Achieving economic independence from Russia will be costly in the short-term...

Trade Deficit Shrinks, as Exports, Tourism & Remittances Show Strong Growth

ISET-PI has updated its forecast of Georgia’s real GDP growth rate for the second quarter of 2019...

Breakaway Abkhaz Government to Introduce New Passports

New legislation introduced by the de-facto government of Georgia’s breakaway Abkhazia region will introduce new...

Georgian Prime Minister to Visit Czech Republic

Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili will pay his first official visit to the Czech...

MAP Not Key to NATO Integration, Says Caucasus Rep

NATO’s Special Representative for the Caucasus and Central Asia James Appathurai...

WP: Investigation of 2008 War Getting Out of Africa for ICC?

The Washington Post has published an article yesterday analysing the International Criminal Court’s...

CU SecGen: Constitutional and Judicial Reforms Progress in Georgia

In his speech at the Council of Europe-hosted meeting of the Committee of Deputy Ministers ...

PM Kvirikashvili: Separating State Security, National Security Councils Unacceptable

In a statement Friday, Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili said a proposal...

The Call of Duty: Ogden on Political Image

Last night, I came across a picture of former President Mikheil Saakashvili...

Iowa Caucuses: Cruz Smacks Donald Trump, Democrats ‘Feel the Bern’

It feels like election season has been going on forever in the US...

Georgia Looking Good, but Could Be Better in the Eyes of the EU

The European Commission published a report last week on Georgia’s...

Overseas Focus: What Was the Iowa Caucus and Why Does It Matter?

Georgian politics (politics anywhere, to be honest) certainly have a flair...