Ambassador Knirsch on the Int'l COVID-19 Recovery

In the third interview from GT LIVE INTERVIEWS’ “AMBASSADORS GO LIVE,” series, GEORGIA TODAY’s Editor-in-Chief Katie Ruth Davies...

“Corona Days” Artworks of Young Georgian Artists: Giorgi Kobiashvili

In continuation of its collaboration with BI Auction, presenting artists taking part in the online exhibition...

The Future of Cycling in Georgia – Caucasus Cycling Network

With busy traffic and reckless drivers, Georgian roads are not best suited to cycling...

Walking in Circles, 1: Svaneti

So, recently my wife and I were going down to Zugdidi for our twice-monthly stock-up run for the shop...

Latvian Foreign Minister Visits Georgia

Latvian Foreign Minister, Edgars Rinkēvičs is visiting Georgia...

EU Extends Mandate of Special Representatives in Georgia

The European Union (EU) has extended the mandate of the special representative...

Famous Georgian Opera Singer Considers Politics

World famous Georgian opera singer and philanthropist, Paata Burchuladze, has decided to become a politician...

ISIS Threatens Georgian Muslims

Alleged representatives of the so-called Islamic State (IS) released a video yesterday...

Georgian Citizen Accused of Affiliating With the Islamic State

The Counterterrorist Center of the Georgian State Security Service held a Georgian citizen...

Georgia to Share Its Experience With San Marino

On November 20th, 2015, the Minister of Foreign and Political Affairs of the Republic of San Marino...

Russia Working on Visa-facilitation for Georgia

The Georgian Prime Minister’s Special Envoy for Russia, Zurab Abashidze, and Russia’s Deputy ...

Bernard Kouchner: First EU Needs to Change Itself

Former Foreign Minister of France, Bernard Kouchner, arrived in Georgia for two days to discuss...

Thoughts on Representing Georgian Youth to the United Nations

In real life, the United Nations headquarters in New-York is more magnificent...

Fear and Loathing in Tbilisi: Georgian Politics Threaten its Democracy

Now might be a good time for Caucasus-watchers to pop some popcorn...