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Datablog | Do politicians serve Georgia’s public interests?

Recent data suggests that roughly half of the Georgian public believes that neither the opposition nor the ruling party serves their interests.

Datablog | Do politicians serve Georgia’s public interests?

By Dustin Gilbreath

Recent data suggests that roughly half of the Georgian public believes that neither the opposition nor the ruling party serves their interests.

Georgian neo-Nazi group finds home on YouTube

A prominent Georgian neo-Nazi group, Georgian National Unity, has reemerged online months after their self-described 'commander', Giga Chelidze was released from prison.

Georgian neo-Nazi group finds home on YouTube

A prominent Georgian neo-Nazi group, Georgian National Unity, has reemerged online months after their self-described 'commander', Giga Chelidze was released from prison.

Opinion | Georgia must continue to welcome those fleeing Russian repression

The US Ambassador to Georgia, Kelly Degnan, argues that Georgia must continue to welcome those seeking refuge from Russian repression, and that it is now critical to redouble support for Ukraine.

Opinion | Georgia must continue to welcome those fleeing Russian repression

By Kelly Degnan

The US Ambassador to Georgia, Kelly Degnan, argues that Georgia must continue to welcome those seeking refuge from Russian repression, and that it is now critical to redouble support for Ukraine.

12 hostages freed after eight-hour holdup in Kutaisi bank

The hostages were held for eight hours by an armed man who demanded a ransom of $2 million for their release.

12 hostages freed after eight-hour holdup in Kutaisi bank

The hostages were held for eight hours by an armed man who demanded a ransom of $2 million for their release.

Datablog | Most Georgians believe that Georgia is not a democracy

The share of Georgians who believe that their country is a democracy is at its lowest in a decade.

Datablog | Most Georgians believe that Georgia is not a democracy

By The Caucasus Datablog

The share of Georgians who believe that their country is a democracy is at its lowest in a decade.

Georgian to become the new CEO of queer dating app Grindr

A Tbilisi-born Silicon Valley entrepreneur is set to lead the world’s largest queer dating app

Georgian to become the new CEO of queer dating app Grindr

A Tbilisi-born Silicon Valley entrepreneur is set to lead the world’s largest queer dating app

Datablog | Do Georgians trust TV?

In an increasingly polarised media environment, Georgians have mixed feelings about how much TV and TV journalists can be trusted. 

Datablog | Do Georgians trust TV?

By Kristine Vacharadze

In an increasingly polarised media environment, Georgians have mixed feelings about how much TV and TV journalists can be trusted. 

Georgian taxi driver acquitted of kidnapping Russian-speaking passengers

The driver maintains that the conflict arose when he refused to switch off Ukrainian music playing on the radio.

Georgian taxi driver acquitted of kidnapping Russian-speaking passengers

The driver maintains that the conflict arose when he refused to switch off Ukrainian music playing on the radio.

Opinion | Local voices were ignored in the auctioning of Racha's forests

Residents of Racha discovered that forests covering almost a third of their region had been auctioned off to a private owner only after the deal had been closed.

Opinion | Local voices were ignored in the auctioning of Racha's forests

By Salome Kobalava

Residents of Racha discovered that forests covering almost a third of their region had been auctioned off to a private owner only after the deal had been closed.

Podcast | Kadyrov's cancelled sabbatical & Starmus in Yerevan

OC Media's staff discuss what Ramzan Kadyrov might have meant by 'taking a long vacation', Tea Tsulukiani's management of the Georgian Ministry of Culture, and the Starmus Festival in Yerevan.

Podcast | Kadyrov's cancelled sabbatical & Starmus in Yerevan

OC Media's staff discuss what Ramzan Kadyrov might have meant by 'taking a long vacation', Tea Tsulukiani's management of the Georgian Ministry of Culture, and the Starmus Festival in Yerevan.

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