FGM Uncovered in Georgia


2016-11-11 17:32:16  | Georgia  |   Articles and Analyses | 2193   
Authorities say they were unaware that minority group was carrying out the procedure.   An IWPR investigation has discovered that hundreds of girls from the ethnic Avar community in eastern Georgia

“ARMENIZATION” OF THE DOMESTIC POLITICAL LIFE IN GEORGIA?


2013-03-29 05:32:08  | Georgia  |   Articles and Analyses | 1610   
  By  Sergei Minasyan  PhD (in History), Head of the Department of Political Researches, Caucasus Institute     On January 17 official visit of the prime-minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili to Armenia took place.

Sergei Minasyan. PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS: GEORGIA AHEAD OF THE CONTROVERSIAL EVENT


2012-09-24 22:35:07  | Georgia  |   Articles and Analyses | 827   
This autumn Georgia will face serious political challenge – regular and very important parliamentary elections will be held. On August 1, 2012 the president of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili

REALITY OF TBILISI: ON ARMENIAN-GEORGIAN CONTRADICTIONS


2012-06-11 18:19:55  | Georgia  |   Articles and Analyses | 1170   
Tamara Vardanyan Expert at the Center of the Armenian Studies, “Noravank” Foundation, Candidate of Science (History) Introduction Last year “Internews Georgia” organization has carried out monitoring of tolerance and human

Teo Bichikashvili: "Israel Embassy Bomb Places Georgian Foreign Policy in Spotlight"


2012-02-22 21:19:07  | Georgia  |   Articles and Analyses | 826   
Tbilisi has fostered good relationships with Tehran as well as Washington, and has no desire to be drawn into confrontation. By Teo Bichikashvili - Caucasus CRS Issue 630, 17

Edita Badasyan: Calls for Better Provision for Georgia's Disabled Children


2012-02-15 12:22:37  | Georgia  |   Articles and Analyses | 874   
Parents say benefits too low to cover essential treatment. By Edita Badasyan - Caucasus CRS Issue 628, 6 Feb 12 Parents of disabled children in Georgia accuse their government

Teo Bichikashvili: Green Spaces Shrink in Georgian Capital


2012-02-15 11:52:28  | Georgia  |   Articles and Analyses | 824   
Authorities argue that new leisure areas outside the city are the way forward. By Teo Bichikashvili - Caucasus CRS Issue 629, 10 Feb 12 Residents of the Georgian capital

Critics Decry Georgian Electoral Reform


2012-01-20 21:20:26  | Georgia  |   Articles and Analyses | 819   
Law seems designed to prevent powerful oligarch funding opposition. By Sopho Bukia, Maia Tsiklauri - Caucasus CRS Issue 625, 16 Jan 12 Georgia has approved a new electoral law

Newspapers Fade Away in Georgian Capital


2012-01-10 13:22:37  | Georgia  |   Articles and Analyses | 812   
As old kiosks are swept away, newspaper vendors say they can't afford upmarket premises now on offer. By Shorena Latatia - Caucasus CRS Issue 624, 6 Jan 12 Media