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...

Reuters: Countries Pledge 40,000 UN Peacekeepers at UN Summit

U.S. President Barack Obama announced on Monday more...

Woman Appointed Head of Village in Pankisi Gorge

Stereotypes about the traditional role of women in diverse minority regions...

Foreign Policy: NATO’s Endless Caucasian Courtship

Foreign Policy has published an article concerning Georgia’s NATO...

Georgian PM Addresses the UN Sustainable Development Summit

Georgian Prime Minister, Irakli Garibashvili, has participated in the UN...

Tensions escalate at Armenian-Azerbaijani border ahead of New York talks

Ahead of the Armenian and Azerbaijani negotiations, foreign affairs ministers...

EU Evaluation Mission set to Visit Georgia

On September 28th and EU assessment mission will visit Georgia to discuss a Georgia-EU visa  ...

Pro-Russian Protesters Attack Free Zone Member

Yesterday Erekle II Society, a pro-Russian group in Tbilisi, organised an event...

Georgian President VS Prime Minister

The argument between the Georgian government and the President continues...

Should We Impose Constraints on Russian Media in Georgia?

On September 21, Transparency International (TI) Georgia at the...

Russia’s Hybrid Warfare and Threats for Georgia

The Economist’s Worldif.com has released an article concerning Russia’s aggression in Ukraine...