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...

USAID-Supported Civics Club Shows How Youth Can Contribute to C-19 Response

The COVID-19 pandemic has shined a light on one of USAID’s guiding principles...

GT Live Interview with UNICEF-Georgia Representative, Ghassan Khalil

To find out how COVID-19 has affected Georgia’s children and education system...

History of Georgia’s Economy. Part I

Agriculture was the leading branch of production in medieval Georgia (lasting until the 15th cc.)...

Contemporary Int’l Relations & Georgia’s Possible Response. Part 1

The end of WWI and, later, the 21st century itself, created quite a few mind twisters in international relations...

Freudenstein: The EU Has Knowledge about Russia, but Doesn’t Use It Enough

As the West eyed warily the lining-up of Russians to cast a vote in favor of the constitutional changes that would see President Putin...

The Political Process in Georgia

What kind of a political course have we had in Georgia in the last thirty years...

Putin's Constitutional Referendum, Round 2

On July 1, 2020, citizens of the Russian federation cast their final vote regarding the constitutional changes initiated by President Putin...

Don’t Forget Your Reusable Bag! 4 Tips to Help You Shop Responsibly

For Carrefour, one of the largest hypermarkets and supermarket chains in the world...

Statement from the Georgian National Academy of Sciences

The Georgian National Academy of Sciences is watching closely the ongoing developments surrounding the Hagia Sophia Museum...

Voters in Russia Back the Constitutional Changes, Allowing Putin to Stay in Power until 2036

The first of July marked the last day of voting for referendum changes in Russia that would allow Vladimir Putin...