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Prominent banker claims the government is trying to muscle in on a big Chinese-backed port project.
Where do rights defenders from across the former Soviet Union go to recharge their batteries? For many, the answer is Tbilisi.
Georgia wins its case at ECHR over Russia’s expulsion of more than 4,000 Georgian nationals in 2006.
Tbilisi takes a step toward implementing a long-stalled agreement on opening transit corridors across its breakaway territories.
Georgia’s latest election raises concerns over democratic backsliding, with personality politics and a large-scale debt write-off in play.
CEFC takes a last stand in the Caucasus. From Sinopsis.
Digital currency could be an alternative to the dollar for wildcat regions in Georgia, Ukraine, and Moldova.
The Belt and Road vision is grand on paper, but the promised jobs and factories have been slow to materialize.
After a vitriol-filled campaign, the new head of state will not find it easy to build a more consensual style of politics.
The next president will have reduced powers as country transitions to a parliamentary system.