Walking in Circles: Closing

Time for the final push. This last section, more than any others, was one which I knew really well, but only by vehicle...

Accelerating Georgia's Transition to a Circular Economy. Part I

The article discusses the key principles and conditions required for an accelerated transition...

Sustainability & Corporate Citizenship as a Priority

As the effects of the coronavirus pandemic are felt throughout the world...

The Balance of Strength in the Black Sea Region & Georgia’s Current Challenges. Part II

The lack of balance along the Alliance’s eastern flank could be corrected in several ways...

New Evidence of Destruction of Moscow’s Nicholas Roerich Museum

On January 30, a press conference was held for “The Deliberate Destruction of the Non-Governmental...

Prospect of NATO and EU Membership Positively Received by most Georgians

According to a new survey conducted by the Caucasus Research Resource Center (CRRC) Georgia...

Hepatitis C Elimination Program Cures 98% of Patients in Georgia

98% 0f total 45,000 Hepatitis C patients in Georgia have been cured after being involved in state-initiated Hepatitis C Elimination Program...

Varketili Metro Station Resumes Normal Service

Varketili Metro Station resumed normal service this morning, as work for clearing the area continued...

Parliament Unveils Review of Gender Equality Legislation

The key findings of a comprehensive study, “Gender Equality in Georgia: Barriers and Recommendations”...

Crime Statistics 2017: 37,944 Crimes Registered Throughout Georgia

Georgia’s Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) has released last year’s crime statistics...

Kaladze: Medical Expenses of Injured to be Covered by Tbilisi Municipality

Medical expenses for those injured during the incident at Varketili Metro station, Tbilisi, this morning,...

Number of Injured at Varketili Metro Increased to 11

The number of injured during the incident has reportedly grown to 11 people, as a fragment of ceiling...

Night of Charitable Revelry in Tbilisi to Honor Scotland’s Most Famous Poet

Always a unique and cherished occasion on Tbilisi’s social calendar...

Taking Craft Wine to the UK: English Grapes in Georgian Qvevri

It’s becoming almost impossible to get a beer or a gin and tonic...