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Has the Orthodox Church Been Too Successful?

For a long time, it has been a taboo to criticize the Orthodox Church in Georgia. Quite recently, however, the clergymen themselves lifted...

Tourist Market Watch

Alliance Group, a major player in the Georgian real estate and hospitality sectors, has announced plans to...

Why Georgia Should be Worried about Marine Le Pen

While European Union member states are preoccupied with countering Russian...

Dechert Onpoint: Georgia & The Energy Charter Treaty

Dechert Georgia, through the contribution of partners Archil Giorgadze and Nicola Mariani...

Georgia in, Britain out? Ogden on EU Membership

The European Union is a house party being hosted by the father of a teenage...

Asian Development Bank Expands Cooperation in Georgia

The Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) Director General for Central and Western Asia Department, Sean O’Sullivan, met with officials from the Government of Georgia...

Musical-Poetic Performance dedicated to Mandelshtam

On the 20th of February, the Russian Club – International Union for Culture and Education...

Artist of the Month: The Animal Portraits of Tama Popkova-Kapanadze

With wild colours, the animal figures against landscapes boldly...

School Online Consultation Now Available for Foreigners

Non-Governmental Organization ‘The Schools Research Center’...

Torch Time: Etseri, Svaneti

Lamproba again, the Festival of Torches. I’ve celebrated this important...

Getting their Tongues around the Georgian Language

It is some sort of taboo in Georgia – as incomprehensible as it seems...

Natakhtari to Allocate 150,000 GEL Bonus Budget to the National Rugby Team

Georgian national rugby team and Natakhtari company have signed...

Meet the AlphaMedic Consortium Members

As part of the cooperation between the public and private sectors...

In Endurance, Grow Strong: A South Korean Lesson for Georgia

If there is a genuine success story of 20th century state-building...