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The victory of opposition Georgian Dream Party leader Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili at the October 2012 Georgian Parliamentary elections demonstrated the public's overwhelming rejection of the decade-long domination of Georgian politics by
Alicia Hooper is a graduate student at George Mason University...During the 1990s, post-Soviet Georgia initially struggled to foster democracy. Its government was marked by former Soviet bureaucrats and widespread corruption. However, after the
S Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili has announced that he intends to restore good relations with both Russia and the United States, though such an effort might take some time. I did not want to go to the US and justify us there, I need some
The head of the Georgian Dream coalition has announced that the country's athletes must take part in the 2014 Olympics in the Russian city of Sochi, in stark contrast to President Saakashvili's previous calls for a boycott...The majority Georgian
Georgian foreign minister lashes out at EU centre-right party Published 21 December 2012 Foreign Minister Maia Panjikidze told EurActiv on Thursday (20 December) that the cohabitation between Prime Minister Ivanishvili and President Mikheil
Georgian President and leader of the United National Movement ruling party Mikhail Saakashvili has officially conceded the defeat in the parliamentary election on national TV. The UNM now goes into opposition to the winning Georgian Dream coalition.
Georgia's president invited the leader of the coalition called Georgian Dream to work together for the country's integration into the European Union. RIA Novosti reported. "We now have a historic chance to move forward along the path of integration.
Georgia's opposition won the parliamentary election and pro-Western President Mikhail Saakashvili conceded that his party lost. Saakashvili said that an opposition coalition led by a billionaire businessman, who made his fortune in Russia, has the
The recently-elected president of South Ossetia, Leonid Tibilov, has told RT of his background, current state of affairs in the republic and his outlook for what awaits the young state in the upcoming years. Russia was prepared for Georgian
Armenian activist, who had recently aligned himself with Georgia's opposition party, was arrested Sunday evening and charged with fraud, reported the Arm-Info news agency. Georgy Mkhchyan, who was working in the campaign offices for Georgian Dream