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Wednesday, May 23, 2012, #096 (2612)

Saakashvili optimistic after NATO summit

The second day of NATO Chicago summit was fairly encouraging for aspirant countries, as US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reaffirmed NATO’s commitment to its open door policy. (more)

Ivanishvili Counter Attacks Controversial Legislation

A Georgian-born EU citizen over 21 living in Georgia for the last five-years will now have the right to participate in elections. (more)

ISFED uncovers pre-election foul play


CDM cites traditional values in its opposition to gay demonstration


An interview with Deputy Foreign Minister of Isreal - Danny Ayalon


Chinese Ambassador Speaks on Mutually Beneficial Cooperation


The News in Brief

"Abkhazia’s de-facto Foreign Department Holds Meeting in Venezuela" (more)


NATO summit is over. What have we learned?

Georgia’s leadership likes to promote its successes. During the Russian invasion in August 2008, the government attempted to turn a bad situation into something positive. (more)

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"Nino Burjanadze creates a new political force" (more)

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