On Innovation, Coffeehouses & Georgian Supras

By attracting professionals from different walks of life, coffeehouses offer a great space for (sober) intellectual exchanges...

Outsmarting Laziness: The Most Evil of All Giants

Creativity is the ability to produce new ideas and to find innovative solutions to problems...

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...

New Years Sweets Courtesy of Hand in Hand

The New Year is nearly here and talks of great things to come...

Former President Saakashvili Loses Georgian Citizenship

Georgia’s former President Mikheil Saakashvili, who is currently Governor of Odessa...

Batumi to Host Construction Materials and Technology Exposition

The 5th international exposition of construction materials and technologies BATUMBUILD 2015 will take place at Sheraton, Batumi on December 17th...

Georgian Advertising Agency Wins at Eurobest Competition

Georgian advertising agency Leavingston have won at the Eurobest competition held in Antwerp, Belgium...

Foreign Minister to OSCE: Gali Residents Deprived of Fundamental Rights

Georgian Foreign Minister, Giorgi Kvirikashvili, delivered a speech at the 22nd OSCE Ministerial...

EU Chief Diplomat: Entrenchment of Conflicts in Georgia EU’s Concern

EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy, Frederica Mogherini, commented on...

World Bank Injects $140 Million into Main Highway Upgrade

The World Bank has allocated $140 million to upgrading Georgia’s main highway...

Movie Night in Old Tbilisi Raises Questions for Future of City’s Walkers

Walking Tbilisi can be a hazardous prospect. Iare Pekhit, a three-year...

‘There Will Be Khinkali and Drinking!’ Ogden on Hospitality

Any foreigner in Georgia, whether he be the seasoned expat or a new...

Protesters in Tbilisi Join World-Wide Protest Preceding Climate Change Conference

Last Sunday, a day before the official opening of the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris...