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Opinion | Georgia's neoliberal agony

For years Georgia has been in thrall to neoliberalism, but now it seems that it is a spent force.

Opinion | Georgia's neoliberal agony

By Mate Gabitsinashvili

For years Georgia has been in thrall to neoliberalism, but now it seems that it is a spent force.

Georgian president in hot water for pardoning cop killer

Salome Zurabishvili has so far refused to justify her decision over granting controversial clemency.

Georgian president in hot water for pardoning cop killer

Salome Zurabishvili has so far refused to justify her decision over granting controversial clemency.

Human Rights Watch calls on Georgia’s government to end dangerous mining practices

The international rights group said workers’ lives were being put at risk in order to meet production quotas.

Human Rights Watch calls on Georgia’s government to end dangerous mining practices

The international rights group said workers’ lives were being put at risk in order to meet production quotas.

Kibar Khalvashi to sell Rustavi 2

Khalvashi said that Rustavi 2 is on the edge of bankruptcy, with a ₾70 million [$24 million] debt.

Kibar Khalvashi to sell Rustavi 2

Khalvashi said that Rustavi 2 is on the edge of bankruptcy, with a ₾70 million [$24 million] debt.

Georgia’s Rustavi 2 TV transferred to previous owner after ECHR ruling

The ECHR ruled that the channel’s owners’ right to a fair trial was not violated when Georgia’s courts ordered that ownership be transferred.

Georgia’s Rustavi 2 TV transferred to previous owner after ECHR ruling

The ECHR ruled that the channel’s owners’ right to a fair trial was not violated when Georgia’s courts ordered that ownership be transferred.

Ivanishvili ‘most negatively viewed’ politician in Georgia

A new poll by NDI suggested disappointment in the government, the majority of the country’s institutions, and its politicians.

Ivanishvili ‘most negatively viewed’ politician in Georgia

A new poll by NDI suggested disappointment in the government, the majority of the country’s institutions, and its politicians.

Opposition refuses to concede, calls for protests and snap elections

Grigol Vashadze called for protests in Tbilisi and snap parliamentary elections after losing Wednesday’s run-off poll to Salome Zurabishvili.

Opposition refuses to concede, calls for protests and snap elections

Grigol Vashadze called for protests in Tbilisi and snap parliamentary elections after losing Wednesday’s run-off poll to Salome Zurabishvili.

Georgian Dream MPs warn of ‘civil war’ if Vashadze elected

Georgia’s political scene heats up as the country braces for its first ever presidential run-off election.

Georgian Dream MPs warn of ‘civil war’ if Vashadze elected

Georgia’s political scene heats up as the country braces for its first ever presidential run-off election.

Georgia sentences Saakashvili to 6 years in prison in absentia

Saakashvili was found guilty of ordering the attack on businessman and opposition lawmaker Gelashvili in 2005.

Georgia sentences Saakashvili to 6 years in prison in absentia

Saakashvili was found guilty of ordering the attack on businessman and opposition lawmaker Gelashvili in 2005.

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