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Georgian foreign agent bill passes first reading as police use tear gas on protests

The bills have been widely condemned in Georgia and abroad as representing a threat to Georgia’s democracy.

Georgian foreign agent bill passes first reading as police use tear gas on protests

The bills have been widely condemned in Georgia and abroad as representing a threat to Georgia’s democracy.

Georgian Dream hits out at ‘spies’ and Western-funded ‘extremism’

The ruling party's chair Irakli Kobakhidze has criticised the West for supporting local non-profit groups.

Georgian Dream hits out at ‘spies’ and Western-funded ‘extremism’

The ruling party's chair Irakli Kobakhidze has criticised the West for supporting local non-profit groups.

Ivanishvili supporters accuse the US of attempting coup in Georgia

In a statement on Thursday, the four MPs suggested the US Embassy was behind almost every political controversy in the country since at least 2017.

Ivanishvili supporters accuse the US of attempting coup in Georgia

In a statement on Thursday, the four MPs suggested the US Embassy was behind almost every political controversy in the country since at least 2017.

US State Department condemns Georgia’s ‘personal attacks’ on their ambassador

US State Department spokesperson Ned Price opened his daily briefing by criticising the ruling Georgian Party for undermining Georgia’s pro-European path.

US State Department condemns Georgia’s ‘personal attacks’ on their ambassador

US State Department spokesperson Ned Price opened his daily briefing by criticising the ruling Georgian Party for undermining Georgia’s pro-European path.

Georgian judge says US revoked invite following Gvaramia ruling

Tbilisi City Court Judge Lasha Chkhikvadze sentenced Gvaramia to three and a half years in prison in May.

Georgian judge says US revoked invite following Gvaramia ruling

Tbilisi City Court Judge Lasha Chkhikvadze sentenced Gvaramia to three and a half years in prison in May.

Datablog | As Georgia’s government argues with the West, the public want ever closer relations

Over the past year, Georgia’s government has engaged in a series of spats with the Western governments and institutions.

Datablog | As Georgia’s government argues with the West, the public want ever closer relations

By Dustin Gilbreath

Over the past year, Georgia’s government has engaged in a series of spats with the Western governments and institutions.