The chairman of the ruling party and the informal ruler of Georgia, Bidzina Ivanishvili, is trying to crush everything capable of resisting his rule, the Georgian opposition says
The ins and outs of the government’s plan to jumpstart economic activity and growth
US Secretary of State: “Russia’s invasions of Georgia and Ukraine are direct challenges to our way of life”
The Georgian Foreign Ministry met with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Warsaw
Not a single country has ever entirely cut off its internet from the outside world
Robert Kocharyan is currently under arrest for 'subversion of the constitutional order' in 2008, but has not admitted to any of the charges brought against him
Georgian cleric Giorgi Mamaladze has been in prison for two years after being arrested for the possession of cyanide, allegedly with the intent of using it to kill Catholicos-Patriarch Ilia II. Not everybody, however, believes this account of events
Will there be new faces in South Ossetian politics?
An actor is ahead in the ratings for the next presidential elections and is the most popular opposition politician
What is the essence of the agreement between Georgia and Russia on the monitoring of trade through South Ossetia and Abkhazia, and what are the main points of contention?
ECHR rules Russia must pay Georgia €10 mln for forceful deportations, inhumane treatment of citizens in 2006
Thousands of Georgian citizens were forcibly and illegally deported from Russia in 2006 over an espionage row between the two countries
Transparency International has published its annual report on global corruption - the countries of the South Caucasus have little to be proud of
Zohrab Mnatsakanyan also stated that there are no ‘secret agreements’ regarding Karabakh
Nearly 68% of the country's population believes Georgia is moving in the wrong direction or not changing at all