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The 2007 crackdown — Saakashvili’s greatest mistake?

Third Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili (2004–2013) stands accused of ordering a crackdown on anti-government protests and raiding Imedi. 

The 2007 crackdown — Saakashvili’s greatest mistake?

By Shota Kincha

Third Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili (2004–2013) stands accused of ordering a crackdown on anti-government protests and raiding Imedi. 

Georgia hit by massive cyber attack

Around 15,000 websites including major broadcasters, the National Bank, the president’s office, and civil society groups were hit.

Georgia hit by massive cyber attack

Around 15,000 websites including major broadcasters, the National Bank, the president’s office, and civil society groups were hit.

Ivanishvili: people are angry and disappointed

Georgian Dream leader scolded his party but promised it will get better soon.

Ivanishvili: people are angry and disappointed

Georgian Dream leader scolded his party but promised it will get better soon.

Georgian satirical show put on hold ‘after mocking speaker of parliament’

Vasmedia producers said the show would be back in a week, several hours after Imedi TV’s decision to suspend it.

Georgian satirical show put on hold ‘after mocking speaker of parliament’

Vasmedia producers said the show would be back in a week, several hours after Imedi TV’s decision to suspend it.

Analysis | Polarisation in Georgia’s media landscape

CRRC-Georgia examines the relationship between party affiliation and trust in different media outlets.

Analysis | Polarisation in Georgia’s media landscape

By David Sichinava

CRRC-Georgia examines the relationship between party affiliation and trust in different media outlets.

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