Georgia faces an anti-liberal challenge and it’s growing in complexity
Georgia could start its own production of drones, which would strengthen its bid to join the NATO alliance
Both countries have sought to clean up the scourge of corruption and modernize their militaries, became regular participants in various NATO exercises, and discussed their interest in joining the Alliance.
Turkey is poking at Russia’s underbelly
Hundreds of bitcoin farms in the breakaway region of Abkhazia are draining the grid of cheap energy.
Any strategy to counter Russia’s malign activities must start from the identification of simple truths
There’s much that Europeans and the U.S. can do to lure Georgia from the authoritarian sirens, even though EU membership is a long way off
Georgia’s political crisis is a boon to those hoping to see the South Caucasus stagnate
Georgia is at a dangerous impasse that risks everything the country has fought so hard to achieve.
The latest bilateral agreement between Abkhazia and Russia may seal the fate of Georgia’s breakaway region