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Opposition split over EU-brokered deal to end crisis in Georgia

Georgia’s Western allies have grown increasingly impatient with both the Government and opposition over their failure to reach an agreement.

Opposition split over EU-brokered deal to end crisis in Georgia

Georgia’s Western allies have grown increasingly impatient with both the Government and opposition over their failure to reach an agreement.

EU-mediated talks fail for second time in Georgia

Following over six hours of negotiations on Tuesday, EU envoy Christian Danielsson said ‘none of the political parties’ could reach an agreement.

EU-mediated talks fail for second time in Georgia

Following over six hours of negotiations on Tuesday, EU envoy Christian Danielsson said ‘none of the political parties’ could reach an agreement.

Opinion | The toxic masculinity of Georgia’s gangster prince

The sexist tropes parroted by Bera Ivanishvili tell us a lot about how gender and power operate in Georgia.

Opinion | The toxic masculinity of Georgia’s gangster prince

By Maia Nukri Tabidze

The sexist tropes parroted by Bera Ivanishvili tell us a lot about how gender and power operate in Georgia.

Georgian authorities: There will be ‘no storming’ of TV office

Media advocates sound alarms after prosecutors were given permission to obtain drive holding Ivanishvili-Gharibashvili recordings.  

Georgian authorities: There will be ‘no storming’ of TV office

Media advocates sound alarms after prosecutors were given permission to obtain drive holding Ivanishvili-Gharibashvili recordings.  

Slew of witnesses accuse Bera Ivanishvili of terrorising critics

Witnesses continue to come forward after the airing of unverified private conversations between Bera and the PM plotting revenge on critics.

Slew of witnesses accuse Bera Ivanishvili of terrorising critics

Witnesses continue to come forward after the airing of unverified private conversations between Bera and the PM plotting revenge on critics.

Calls for Georgian PM’s resignation follow scandalous recordings

In recordings released by TV Pirveli, Irakli Gharibashvili appears to agree to send police officers to intimidate critics of Bera Ivanishvili.

Calls for Georgian PM’s resignation follow scandalous recordings

In recordings released by TV Pirveli, Irakli Gharibashvili appears to agree to send police officers to intimidate critics of Bera Ivanishvili.

Georgian opposition ‘march for freedom’

Thousands marched through central Tbilisi calling for the release of Nika Melia and for snap elections to be called.

Georgian opposition ‘march for freedom’

Thousands marched through central Tbilisi calling for the release of Nika Melia and for snap elections to be called.

Protests and Western condemnation after Georgia opposition raid

The US Embassy said they were ‘dismayed by the polarising rhetoric from Georgia’s leadership at a time of crisis’.

Protests and Western condemnation after Georgia opposition raid

The US Embassy said they were ‘dismayed by the polarising rhetoric from Georgia’s leadership at a time of crisis’.

Gharibashvili focuses on ‘terrorist opposition’ in combative confirmation speech

The new Georgian Prime Minister vowed to quickly ‘restore constitutional order’ in a move unlikely to resolve Georgia’s political crisis.

Gharibashvili focuses on ‘terrorist opposition’ in combative confirmation speech

The new Georgian Prime Minister vowed to quickly ‘restore constitutional order’ in a move unlikely to resolve Georgia’s political crisis.

Opinion | Georgian democracy on life support

A democratic deficit risks Georgia descending into autocratic rule and beginning to reproduce the worst elements of it’s northern neighbour.

Opinion | Georgian democracy on life support

By Shota Kincha

A democratic deficit risks Georgia descending into autocratic rule and beginning to reproduce the worst elements of it’s northern neighbour.

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