Double Pay for Nothing?

The ruling Georgian Dream coalition’s recent plan to gradually ramp up education spending...

Education for the 21st Century: Broad, Deep or Flexible?

My lecture on the future of education in the 21st century was intended...

CA Balance & Capital Investments to Outweigh Pessimism/Lack of Credit?

ISET-PI has updated its forecast of Georgia’s real GDP growth rate for the first and second quarters of 2019...

A Song About Seven Foka Sisters

When Saint Nino, one of Georgia’s most venerated saints, traveled to Mtskheta back in the fourth century...

Waste Management Project Launches to Reduce Green House Gases

The Georgian government and the EU launched a pilot green waste separation...

What to Do if You See Someone Smoking in Your Building

Tobacco Control Law in Georgia was launched on May 1, 2018, under which smoking is prohibited in buildings...

PM Vows to Advance Medical Services in Georgia

The PM made the statement at the opening ceremony of a new clinic ...

Sanctions for Georgian Abuses of Asylum Seeking in EU

Since March 2017, Georgians can travel in EU without VISA. However, it seems that people used this opportunity to try to illegally settle themselves in Europe ...

Georgian PM at Georgia-Japan Business Forum

Within the scope of the official visit to Japan, the Prime Minister of Georgia, Mamuka Bakhtadze has held a number of...

Vanuatu Foreign Minister Visits Occupation Line

Representatives of the State Security Service introduced the situation in the occupation line to Ralph Reaganovan...

Zurabishvili Meets Armenian Patriarch in Yerevan

Georgian President met with the head of the Armenian Church, Garegin II...

Stoltenberg: Georgia Is Critical Partner of NATO

The report was released on March 14 ...

Trial Begins for Suspected Murderer of Minor

The trial of Iago Nebieridze, suspected of killing a 9-year old girl in Gori, has begun  ...

Ukraine Now Experiences What Georgia Saw Years Ago

Ukraine is bracing itself for the upcoming elections on March 31. The results of said elections could have...