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Azerbaijani oil prices for Dec. 2-6
On Dec. 2-6, the average price on AZERI LT, exported from Azerbaijan via the Ceyhan, Batumi and Supsa ports to Italian Augusta port, was $114.98 per barrel or $1.4 more compared to the previous week.
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More Losers Than Winners in Czech Elections, Georgia Jails Saakashvili Ally
Plus, Romania's ethnic Hungarians march for greater autonomy and Bosnian Muslims stage a sleep-in protest over school curricula.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Tbilisi: Putin Posturing In Yerevan Sparks Georgian Concern
PUTIN POSTURING IN YEREVAN SPARKS GEORGIAN CONCERN Georgia Today, Georgia Dec 5 2013 Print version The visit of the Russian President to Armenia turned into a very important event.
Georgia: Shaky Procurement System Could Make for Shaky Buildings
Georgia's chain of public-service halls - a fast-food-style dispenser of everything from ID cards to property registrations - broke a mold in the post-Soviet world, where taking care of such tasks usually means taking a long journey though the labyrinths of government bureaucracy.
State Department: Georgia should continue to set contacts with Abkhazia and Tskhinvali
The U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland believes that Georgia should continue to set contacts with Abkhazia and Tskhinvali.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
US Assistant Secretary holds meetings in Tbilisi
US Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland has arrived in Tbilisi.
The Dramatic Rise and Fall of Mikheil Saakashvili
The German sociologist Max Weber famously remarked almost a century ago, "The only man who has politics for a vocation is one who is certain that his spirit will not be broken if the world, when looked at from his point of view, proves too stupid or base to accept what he wishes to offer it, and who, when faced with all that obduracy, can still say ... (more)
Georgia Again 'Closer' To NATO. But Will It Ever Get There?
At this week's NATO foreign ministerial meetings in Brussels, the alliance's secretary general had effusive praise for aspiring member Georgia.
Georgia: Patriarch Warns that Local Self-Government Could Lead to Country's 'Disintegration'
The powerful Georgian Orthodox Church again has revived a fierce debate over whether or not it should act, essentially, as Georgia's fourth branch of government.
Minister: First pilot train via Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway to be launched in late 2014
Istanbul, Turkey, Dec.5 By Abbas Akhundov - Trend: The first pilot train, timed to the opening of the railway on the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars route, will be launched in late 2014, Azerbaijani Transport minister Ziya Mammadov said at the panel discussions during the third Caspian Forum in Istanbul on Dec.5. "Implementation of the project, which is a ... (more)
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Georgian Forests Face Burning Issue
Experts are warning that rural Georgians' heavy reliance on burning wood for fuel is having a devastating effect on forests across the country.
Georgian capital's appeals court upholds ex-defence minister's acquittal
The appeals court of the Georgian capital of Tbilisi has upheld the acquittal of the former Defense Minister, Bacho Akhalaia.
The Daily Beast
Putin's Ukrainian Power GrabBy Will Cathcart
The protests sweeping Kiev are as much a reaction against the Kremlin as for the E.U.-and Brussels and Washington need to take note.
Vehicular movement limited in Georgia's mountain passes
The Georgian patrol police urged citizens not to travel by cars in some mountain passes due to unfavorable weather conditions.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Kerry on verge of Georgia visit
The U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry believes that Georgia's policy towards the U.S. is right, Georgian Foreign Minister Maia Panjikidze said after the meeting with the U.S. secretary of state in Brussels.
Marneuli airbase restoration nears completion in Georgia
The restoration of the Georgian Armed Forces' Marneuli airbase is nearing completion.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Europe and Eurasia: Assistant Secretary Victoria Nuland Travel to...
She will then accompany the Secretary to Chisinau, Moldova where they will meet with senior Moldovan officials and discuss bilateral issues, as well as Moldova's path toward European integration.
Georgia: EU Partnership Doesn't Offer Complete Protection from Moscow
JosA© Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission, welcomes then-Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili to the EC headquarters in Brussels in October, 2013.
Traditional Party Tune Marks Georgia's EU Signing Ceremony
Pleased as they were by Georgia's November 28 initialing of an historic deal on closer ties with the European Union, many Georgians cringed to see the well-meaning but uninformed Europeans choose the rollicking tune of a bottle-on-the-head Georgian folk dance, Shalakho, as the soundtrack for the otherwise lofty ceremony.
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Beka looks worried as he surveys the customers sipping coffee in the late-autumn sun at one of Tbilisi's upscale cafes.