28 January 2016
International Court Gives Go-Ahead for Georgia-Russia War Crimes Probe

This will be the International Criminal Court’s first inquiry into accusations of abuses by Russia, which is not a member of the court and is conducting its own investigation.

27 January 2016
Pankisi Gorge No Terrorist Training Center, Georgian PM Says

Giorgi Kvirikashvili rejects Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov’s claim of a significant Islamic State presence in the mountain gorge bordering Chechnya.

21 December 2015
Juncker Proposes Visa-Free Travel for Georgia, Ukraine, Kosovo

Move is a snub to Russia which failed to secure the same benefit - if only for business leaders - even before the Ukraine crisis.

8 December 2015
Georgia Strips Saakashvili of Citizenship
Now a Ukrainian citizen, the ex-president says the decision exposes the authorities as ‘scared and failed.’
3 November 2015
Saakashvili Claims Russia Behind Damaging Leaks

Georgian premier accuses former president of calling for ‘anti-state and violent actions.’


23 October 2015
TV Station Dispute Igniting Political Standoff in Georgia
Rustavi 2 helped usher Mikheil Saakashvili into power during the Rose Revolution.
20 October 2015
South Ossetian Leader Seeks Union With Russia
Georgian breakaway territory has cut off nearly all links with Tbilisi.
14 October 2015
Hague to Probe Russian-Georgian ‘War Crimes’ Premium
International Criminal Court chief prosecutor ‘has enough evidence’ to investigate alleged atrocities.
2 October 2015
Whatever Happened to Tbilisi Zoo? – A Eulogy of Sorts

In the days after the tragic June flood, Georgian civil society showed its maturity and sense of duty.

By Vazha Tavberidze
21 September 2015
Georgian Opposition Leader Back Behind Bars Premium
Ex-Tbilisi mayor Gigi Ugulava re-jailed a day after his release from illegal detention.



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