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...

Driving in Georgia: Order in Extreme Chaos

I'm usually a rather calm, relaxed person. I've been to many places...

Khavitsi is the New Fondue

For the last ten years or so, Tusheti has become one of the most popular destinations...

Zoe Whittaker, Professional Female Driver to Promote Georgia’s Tourism Potential

Zoe Whittaker, one of the few women who races classic cars and is a track car driver and who...

GPB Rents Equipment from Ivanishvili’s Son for 372,000 Gel

State-financed Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) will pay Gel 372,000...

The Taxi of Terror

If you ask a random tourist in Georgia, what he or she doesn’tparticularly like here, taxi drivers coming clear...

Business Café Meets Up for the 12th Time

On October 24th, 2017, the 12th meeting of Business Café took place at the Holiday Inn hotel, Tbilisi...

The Marneuli Mosque Dispute

The state assigned the Marneuli located Imam Ali Mosque to the Georgian Muslims Department...

Legal Drawbacks: Presentation of Report on Single Parents in Georgia

Natia G. never thought of formalizing her marriage at the civil registry...

Open Letter To Mayor Kaladze

Dear Mayor Kaladze, Congratulations on your election and the best of luck in your new job...

UK’s Mayhew Charity on Their Annual Visit to Tbilisi

Those of us who have lived in Tbilisi, or Georgia in general, for long enough, are well aware...