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...

The Diplomat: Can Georgia Care for its Afghan War Veterans?

Premier international magazine The Diplomat has released an article...

Rustavi 2 Chief: Alexi Akhvlediani Governmental Messenger

General Director of Rustavi 2, Nika Gvaramia has hit back at Aleksi Akhvlediani...

Georgians Still Undecided about Their Political Preferences

The National Democratic Institute (NDI), in partnership with CRRC Georgia...

South Ossetian Referendum - Who cares?

The de-facto government of occupied Tskhinvali has started preparing for the...

EU Rewards Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia with 8mln Euro

With the help of the European Neighborhood Program for Agriculture...

President: Statement by PM on Rustavi 2 Worsens Civic Unrest

Today, the President of Georgia, Giorgi Margvelashvili, made a special...

God’s Gift Revealed: Georgia Could Become a Key European Energy Supplier

A US independent oil and gas exploration and production company early this month...

Carl Bildt: Garibashvili's statement is Outrageous

Sweden's former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Bildt, called Georgian Prime MInister, Irakli Garibashvili’s, statement, “outrageous...

Georgian President Meets Israeli Prime Minister

The President of Georgia, Giorgi Margvelashvili met with the Prime Minister...

Saakashvili: Referendum on South Ossetia Integration Signal from Putin

Ex-Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili has commented on the so-called South Ossetian...