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Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Georgian Government Promises Push on Human Rights
A year after coming to power, the Georgian Dream administration has improved conditions in detention although there's still work to be done on this and other issues.
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Trial Of Former Georgian President's Associates To Resume
The trial of former Tbilisi Mayor Gigi Ugulava and Georgia's former Defense Minister Davit Kezerashvili is expected to resume in the capital.
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Traffic limited on Georgia's roads due to bad weather
The Road Department under the Georgian Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure imposed additional restrictions on vehicular movement in the region due to heavy snowfall.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
In his recent article "So Long, Saakashvili," Thomas de Waal sums up the presidency of Georgia's Mikhail Saakashvili as a "rebranding exercise" for a country with such a mixed political legacy that it is hard to disentangle myth from reality.
Adb Approved Tranche of $98M for Georgia
Within project on water supply improvement in Georgia , Asian Development Bank approved tranche of $98 million for the country.
Former Georgian Prosecutor Sent To Pretrial Detention
The Tbilisi city court has sent detained former Deputy Prosecutor-General Davit Chkhatarshvili to pretrial detention.
Azerbaijani delegation to attend opening of power facilities in Georgia
Azerbaijani delegation headed by the Azerbaijani Minister of Energy Natig Aliyev will participate in the opening ceremony of the Akhaltsikhe substation and high voltage power lines part of the Black Sea transmission network project in Georgia on Dec.11, according to a message published by the Azerbaijani Ministry of Energy on Dec.9. The delegation ... (more)
Georgia, Israel to define priorities on military cooperation
By Nana Kirtzkhalia -Trend: Tbilisi, Georgia, Dec.9, 2013: Georgian Defence Minister Irakli Alasania met with his Israeli counterpart Moshe Yaalon.
U.S. President sends letter to Georgian former PM
By Nana Kirtskhalia - Trend: Tbilisi, Georgia, Dec. 9, 2013: U.S. President Barack Obama sent a letter to Georgian former Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili.
Azerbaijan-Turkey break ground for novel railway design :minister
Azerbaijan and Turkey have started work on the design of the railway, which will connect Kars with Nakhchivan, Turkish Minister of Transport, Shipping and Communications Binali Yildirim said at a press conference at the third Caspian Forum in Istanbul on Thursday.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
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)
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Testing the Teachers
For three years Georgian teachers have failed to make the grade in state certification tests.
Back to Class
Beka looks worried as he surveys the customers sipping coffee in the late-autumn sun at one of Tbilisi's upscale cafes.
Georgia to host final conference on Vilnius summit
Tbilisi will host a final conference on the Vilnius summit titled "Eastern Partnership - the way after Vilnius summit" on Dec.10.
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.
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.