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Datablog | Are Georgians and Armenians becoming more or less tolerant?

Surveys in Georgia and in Armenia asked if respondents approved or disapproved of doing business or marriages with other ethnicities.

Datablog | Are Georgians and Armenians becoming more or less tolerant?

By Kristine Vacharadze

Surveys in Georgia and in Armenia asked if respondents approved or disapproved of doing business or marriages with other ethnicities.

22/10/2020

Analysis | Georgia struggles to respond to latest COVID-19 surge 

Mobility data indicates that the eastern half of the country has been slow to adapt to the return of the pandemic.

Analysis | Georgia struggles to respond to latest COVID-19 surge 

By Lorenz Hilfiker

Mobility data indicates that the eastern half of the country has been slow to adapt to the return of the pandemic.

20/10/2020

Datablog | Half of Georgians believe COVID-19 is man-made 

As conspiracy theories followed the spread of the coronavirus globally, we look at which of these took root in Georgia. 

Datablog | Half of Georgians believe COVID-19 is man-made 

By Tsisana Khundadze

As conspiracy theories followed the spread of the coronavirus globally, we look at which of these took root in Georgia. 

6/10/2020

Datablog | Is Georgia really polarised?

People frequently cite political polarisation as a major problem for Georgian democracy, but is this really the case?

Datablog | Is Georgia really polarised?

By The Caucasus Datablog

People frequently cite political polarisation as a major problem for Georgian democracy, but is this really the case?

30/09/2020

Analysis | A dangerous turn in a 30-year conflict

Caucasus expert Laurence Broers analyses the causes, dynamics, and possible outcomes of the current fighting in the South Caucasus. 

Analysis | A dangerous turn in a 30-year conflict

By Laurence Broers

Caucasus expert Laurence Broers analyses the causes, dynamics, and possible outcomes of the current fighting in the South Caucasus. 

29/09/2020

Datablog | How high? Georgia spends millions online on illegal drugs each year 

Drug users in Georgia spent over $1.5 million dollars online between February and August 2020, according to a new study into the darknet market.

Datablog | How high? Georgia spends millions online on illegal drugs each year 

By Ian Goodrich

Drug users in Georgia spent over $1.5 million dollars online between February and August 2020, according to a new study into the darknet market.

22/09/2020

Datablog | Georgian parents are concerned about online learning

Georgia has postponed the reopening of schools in major cities due to a new surge in the pandemic.

Datablog | Georgian parents are concerned about online learning

By Elene Ergeshidze

Georgia has postponed the reopening of schools in major cities due to a new surge in the pandemic.

15/09/2020

Datablog | Do Georgians think the Prosecutor’s Office is biased? 

The impartiality and effectiveness of the Prosecutor’s Office has come into question in recent years.

Datablog | Do Georgians think the Prosecutor’s Office is biased? 

By Eto Gagunashvili

The impartiality and effectiveness of the Prosecutor’s Office has come into question in recent years.

8/09/2020

Datablog | Lockdown vs re-opening the economy in Georgia

As the number of new daily confirmed cases is again on the rise, we look at how people felt about the anti-coronavirus restrictions in May.

Datablog | Lockdown vs re-opening the economy in Georgia

By Rati Shubladze

As the number of new daily confirmed cases is again on the rise, we look at how people felt about the anti-coronavirus restrictions in May.

1/09/2020

Datablog | The rallying around the flag effect in Georgia

In times of crisis, support for governments often rises; The COVID-19 crisis in Georgia has been no exception.

Datablog | The rallying around the flag effect in Georgia

By Dustin Gilbreath

In times of crisis, support for governments often rises; The COVID-19 crisis in Georgia has been no exception.

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