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Kravai Rustaveli

The UK’s election was crucial for Ukraine

Conveniently, the Georgian press saw no reason to focus on the change of government in Britain

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After the Euros, will Georgia qualify for the EU?

Be it football or politics, Georgians know the importance of unity

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Throwing paint at Joseph Stalin in Georgia

The icon of St Matrona of Moscow and Stalin has caused a remarkable division of opinion in Georgia, culminating in an act of vandalism

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The ‘Orbánisation’ of Georgia

The promotion of conservative or even hard-right ideas across Europe is a threat

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Once again, Russian flights land in Tbilisi

Moscow is in a hurry to get into Georgia – again

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A Georgian spring is in the teargassed air

The government wants to get close to Russia, but the people want the EU. The demonstrators have won the first round in the streets of Tbilisi – but what comes next?

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