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Still hanging on as president, Mikheil Saakashvili is threatened with investigation by a hostile government. Aug 13 Late on August 7 five years ago, Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili issued orders for troops to enter into South Ossetia and re-
Minister insists decision made internally, not connected with American concerns about Tbilisi as haven for Iranian sanctions-busters. Jul 13 As Georgia's foreign minister says a decision to cancel a visa-free travel arrangement with Tehran was not
Georgian government is refusing to accept recommendations which could have allowed greater cooperation; on the other hand, it offers no alternative to the EU's recommendations and says nothing about any prospects for settling the Georgian-Ossetian
Georgia is clearly the closest US ally in the South Caucasus, moving in lockstep with American interests on just about every foreign policy issue except one: Iran. Not wanting to become embroiled in a potential regional conflict, officials in Tbilisi
Nine days ago in Georgia's Black Sea region of Achara, President Mikheil Saakashvili unveiled the glitzy, seven-star seaside resort of Anaklia -- a complex intended as a response to Russia's military presence in breakaway Abkhazia. At an August 22
Officials in Georgia harbor ambitions of turning the South Caucasus country into a global cultural center, but those plans took a big hit when a deal to bring the New York Philharmonic to Tbilisi imploded recently. Now, Georgian officials are
Lisa Batiashvili , the violin soloist, is one of the most famous classical musicians to have emerged from Georgia, so it was no surprise when that country's president met with her before a rare concert appearance in Tbilisi, the capital, in October...
Eager to demonstrate its reliability as Washingtons strategic partner, the Georgian government is downplaying security concerns about three former prisoners dispatched from the United States Guantanamo Bay prison to Georgia.
The Georgian government has developed a new strategy for re-engaging with -- and ultimately re-incorporating -- the separatist territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, and is working to gain international support and funding for its plan.