Natela Iankoshvili – An Artist’s Life between Coercion & Freedom

A new book dedicated to the Georgian painter Natela Iankoshvili has come to the attention of the quarterly supplement...

The Hidden Shame of Gori, And No, It’s Not Stalin

Last weekend, I took time to explore Gori. Just an hour by shared taxi outside Tbilisi...

Contemporary Int’l Relations & Georgia’s Possible Response. Part II

Every coin has two sides, and what we are dealing with here does too...

Turkish Ambassador: We Need Connectivity to Get Re-Established

As part of GEORGIA TODAY’s ongoing ‘Ambassadors Go Live’ series, we spoke to the Turkish Ambassador to Georgia...

Policy of Détente

The Anglo-Saxon corporations which control the main international financial flows...

New Tensions in Nagorno-Karabakh

Armenian and Azeri forces have repeatedly violated a ceasefire agreement reached in Moscow...

From Tree to Garden, Is the Tbilisi Botanical Garden to be Ivanishvili’s Next Hobby?

A conflict occurred at National Botanical Garden of Georgia, formerly...

Left Leg Out, Right Leg In… Georgia Beware: Ogden on Brexit

People have been asking me lately in which direction I am going to vote...

Anti-Corruption Agency Detains Head of Baghdati Municipality for Embezzlement

The officers of the Anti-corruption Agency under the State Security Service...

They Collect. They Steal. They Control. They Profit.

That’s right. At this moment, someone is stealing your information...

Counting Chickens…An Election System for the People

The Georgian Parliament will determine the fate of the electoral system during...

Georgian PM in Washington, Vows to Continue Pro-Western Course

Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili was in Washington this week to...

Georgia’s Parliament Speaker Visits Brussels to Discuss Prospects of Visa Free Travel

Georgia’s Parliamentary Speaker Davit Usupashvili is meeting...

More than 100 Georgian Soldiers Return Home from Afghanistan

Over 150 soldiers from the Georgian Army’s 22nd Battalion, 2nd Infantry Brigade...