• Mshybzia! Futile activism serves the interests of elites
    Dominik K. Cagara
    The new Georgian social media campaign aimed at reaching out to Abkhaz society is an example of a futile activism informed by nationalist narratives which are being used by Georgian political elites to distract society from the core issue of unreso...

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  • Georgia secures free trade deal with ChinaGeorgian_wine_Crop
    TBILISI, DFWatch--Georgia has secured a free trade agreement with China which is expected to boost Georgia’s export of wine. The agreement, which still needs to be confirmed formally, will exempt goods and services that were previously charged mo...

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  • Georgia is in 54th place on index of human well-beingwoman sitting street
    TBILISI, DFWatch--An index that measures how well countries provide for basic human needs lists Georgia in 54th place, far behind most European countries. The most socially progressed country among 133 countries surveyed is Finland, according to...

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  • New Season, Same Old Match-Fixing Story in Georgian Football14408885_10207798060975821_538915548_n (1)
    It took just four weeks into the new season for new match fixing to appear in Georgian football. According to a UEFA Betting Fraud Detection System report, which was sent to the Georgian Football Federation (GFF), the result of a September 8 match betw...

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