Once Again on Galaktion & Innes

Martina Nicolls, who was working in Georgia in 2010 for an American humanitarian company, wrote on 17 September...

Parliament 101: An Outsiders Guide to the Coming Elections

Even the most aloof visitor to Georgia can’t escape the mass of posters and billboards emblazoned with political candidates and party slogans...

The Nobels in Georgia: Oil, Pipelines & Geopolitics. Part II

In the 1870s, Russian industrialists Bunge and Palashkovsky began constructing the Baku-Astrakhan-Volga railway...

Tourism Revived amid Pandemic

AclassA Travelers, a well-known Israeli extreme and luxury travel company, organized a jeep tour in Oni and Lailash for Israelis...

Georgia’s Prime Minister Resigns

Georgia’s Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, one of youngest state leaders in the...

Georgia Accelerating on Her EU Path

The European Commission on December 18th issued a positive report on Georgia’s...

MFA Releases Report on Human Rights Violations in Occupied Territories

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia (MFA), in the third quarterly report...

Georgia: Diplomacy Not Guns

On December 9th, a Russian helicopter violated Georgian airspace...

Romanian Government and UNDP Give Joint Gift to EMA

The Government of Romania and United Nations Development Programme...

Scandal: Political Involvement in Pardon Commission

Former Head of the President’s Pardon Commission, Aleko Elisashvili...

Embassy of South Korea Opens in Georgia

On December 15th, the Embassy of the Republic of South Korea...

WSJ: European Commission’s Report on Georgia to be Published Today

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) claims that today the European Commission’s...

Georgian National Wins "Your Shot" Section of National Geographic

National Geographic awarded Georgian citizen Khatia Basilashvili ...

Home of American Pheasant's Tears Founder up in Flames

The Sighnaghi house of Pheasant's Tears's founder, American artist John H Wurdeman, burned...