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Failure is Always an Option! Or is it?

ISET: Economics, as we have come to know it, is about efficient allocation of resources. Resources move in a...

Dechert OnPoint: Georgia & the Energy Charter Treaty

The 1994 Energy Charter Treaty (“ECT”) was ratified by Georgia on 22 February 1995...

International Arbitration & the Globalization of Life Sciences

Dechert is partnering with Georgia Today on a regular section...

Electricity Market Watch

New Year - new tariffs. GNERC has announced new tariffs for certain HPPs and TPPs...

NDI’s Poll Reveals Faults in Local Governments

After two wild scale polls regarding economic, social and political issues, the National...

CERN in Georgia: Reality or Just Another Dream?

In an attempt to turn Georgia into the next technological powerhouse, its former Prime...

Gazprom Deal: National Security Threat for Georgia?

On October 17, Journal Tabula announced a protest action against Gazprom’s...

Former British Prime Minister to Visit Georgia

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is expected to visit Georgia...

De-facto Government of South Ossetia Opens New Checkpoint

Democracy and Freedom Watch reported that the “de-facto regime ...

NATO Parliamentary Assembly Supports Georgia's Membership Aspirations

The NATO Parliamentary Assembly adopted a resolution yesterday...

Carnegie Europe: Russia Losing Control in the Caucasus

Carnegie Europe has published an article on Russia’s involvement in the conflict...

Irakli Alasania: Georgian Gazprom Deal Harms National Security

Free Democrats leader, Irakli Alasania, criticized the visit of PM ...

Former New Rights Chairperson Appointed as President's Adviser

Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili appointed former Chairperson of the New Rights...

Georgia Condemns Deadly Ankara Attacks

Georgia’s Government strongly condemned the deadly twin blasts in Ankara, which killed at least 86 and wounded 186...