Monthly Archives: December 2023

Ambassador Kornblum: Georgia lost a friend

By | December 23rd, 2023|Categories: Opinion|Tags: |

American diplomacy lost a man who weighed with authority on the Euro-Atlantic partnership, at a point in time when this relationship is being remoulded. Georgia lost a friend and an anchor to the West, precisely at a moment where we still wander in a changing geopolitical sea without a rudder. Ambassador John Kornblum will be missed.  I [...]

NDI poll predicts bleak future for opposition parties in 2024 unless they somehow manage to unite

By | December 11th, 2023|Categories: News|Tags: , , , |

A poll commissioned by the US National Democratic Institute has once again shown the dire, and one might say catastrophic, situation faced by most political parties in Georgia a year before benchmark general elections. According to the release published by NDI on Monday, if parliamentary elections were to be held now, presumably only the ruling party, [...]

Tskhinvali regime adopts law on eradicating Georgian placenames

By | December 5th, 2023|Categories: Conflict news|Tags: , , , |

Occupied South Ossetia’s de facto authorities continue to change toponyms in order to purposefully eradicate Georgian placenames. De facto parliament of South Ossetia adopted the law on (re-)naming geographical places on Tuesday at the session. The head of the Committee on National Politics, Religion and Media Alan Tadtaev said at the session the new law provides [...]