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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...

George Derlugian: US Importance Overestimated in Caucasus

December 20-22 put many an academic and scientist in Tbilisi...

What Chile Teaches Georgia

In 1991, the former finance minister of Chile, Alejandro Foxley, said in an interview,...

Dechert OnPoint: Why Brexit is Not Bad News for UK-Based Arbitration and Litigation

Dechert is partnering with Georgia Today on a regular section of the paper which...

When Good Intentions Lead to Bad Outcomes: Tree-Cutting Regulations in Tbilisi

As economic development progresses, air pollution and the lack of green spaces have become increasingly painful issues ...

Georgian Quality Prevails in Portugal as Flawless Start Continues

Georgia kept up their 100% start to 2016 with a well-deserved 29-3 success...

Music’s Biggest Night – Winners, Performances, Ratings

Missed this year’s Grammys? Well, so did a lot of people...

Culture from the Kitchen: BGCC Brings Top British Chef to Inspire Young Georgians

The British-Georgian Chamber of Commerce (BGCC), as part of its vision to...

Written on the Wall: Great Ukrainian Painter at Fine Arts Museum

We are not indulged by frequent expositions of well-known foreign...

Silk Scarves Grace Rustaveli

As if anticipating spring, a world-famous collection of silk scarves come...

What the Wind Blew in: Abbotsbury, UK

Was it revenge for my pretending to be a salesman of fine Georgian...

Open Doors and Inclusive Education at the Georgian National Museum

The doors of the Georgian National Museum are open to all...

Non-violent Communication Institute on Bullying: Don’t Hurt, Don’t Label

School bullying is an acute problem throughout the world...

We Can All Be Heroes: SuperCyclingMan Peddling to Inspire

British former primary school teacher Will Hodson has decided...

Fixing the Labor Shortage: Ogden on Education

Prime Minister Kvirikashvili has decided that what Georgia really needs is...