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...

Kutaisi to Have New Military Hospital

Georgia’s western city of Kutaisi will soon have a new military hospital....

Gov’t Plans to Prevent Loss of Schengen Visa-Free Regime

Since the decision was made to allow Georgian passport holders freedom...

The Green Shoots of Growth in Georgia: Hydroponic Farming with EU Support

Growing Georgian vegetables by employing the latest European technologies...

Georgian Dream Pledges More Decentralization by 2025

In his presentation of the National Vision of Local Self-Governance and Decentralization...

Breakaway S.Ossetia Asks More Time for Transfer of Deceased Georgian

The self-proclaimed president of Georgia’s Russian-backed breakaway...

Georgian Stock Exchange, IFC, CiDA & UN Women “Ring the Bell” for Gender Equality in Tbilisi

On March 7, and for the first time, Tbilisi hosted a “Ring the Bell for Gender Equality”...

Number of Foreign Students Increases in Georgia

The National Statistics Office of Georgia says 10.061 foreign students study in higher education institutions of Georgia...

UN Research: 22% of Georgian Women, 31% of Men Approve of Wife Beating

The recent research of the UN Women revealed that violence against women in Georgia is still quite acceptable...

Message From The Secretary-General On International Women’s Day

We are at a pivotal moment for women’s rights. The historical and structural...

Chinese Investors to Restore Tea Plantations in Georgia

Twelve thousand hectares of tea plantations are to be restored in western...