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...

NYC Lifts Curfew as Protests Endure

American media reports that New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has lifted the curfew ...

PM: Our Task is to Manage the Process, Adapt & Get Control

Giorgi Gakharia, Prime Minister of Georgia held and led a regular meeting ...

Japan Stands by Georgia’s Territorial Integrity

Embassy of Japan in Tbilisi issued an official statement about the ongoing problem ...

Georgian Gov’t Releases Report on Measures Taken against COVID-19

On June 4, the Georgian government issued a report, summing up the measures...

Redjeb Jordania on What His Father Would Think of Georgia Now

Last week, Georgia celebrated the 102nd anniversary of the Democratic Republic of Georgia...

Georgia’s Possible Positioning in a New Global Production & Trade System, Part 1

As international political events of the 21st century followed each other, with some duplication...

“Has Power Gone to His Head?” – Bernhard L. Mohr on Putin & His Russia

In an inaugural interview of the new GISP series, titled “Insights on Putin’s Russia”, the Georgian Institute for Security Policy...

A Divided Eurasia

Global shocks caused by the outbreak of the coronavirus set out numerous unexpected developments in the economy...

Thousands Around the World Protest the Death of George Floyd

The death of a black man, George Floyd, in police custody, sparked a wave of protests in the US...

Putin Declares State of Emergency as 20,000 Tons of Oil Spills into Arctic River

A Russian mining company operating in the arctic region, near the city of Norilsk, has spilled more than 20,000 tons ...