Democracy

Georgian wine is about to go on sale in Russia after a six-year absence. (Photo: IWPR staff)
12 Apr 13
Six years on from blanket ban, Moscow is wondering whether wine from its southern neighbour might not be so bad after all.
Georgian parliament. (Photo: Akhali Gazeti)
2 Apr 13
President loses some powers, but his allies use vote to show they still count.
Georgia’s parliament has moved from Tbilisi to new premises in Kutaisi. (Photo: Akhali Gazeti)
2 Nov 12
Plenty of promises, and warning that officials from previous government could be investigated.
Protesters in Minneapolis: the Libyan diaspora is rallying in support of the revolution. (Photo: Kara Allyson/Flickr)
25 Feb 11
Leading figure in the movement rejects suggestions that tribal divisions could turn into open conflict.
24 Feb 11
Religious leaders join government in opposing central Baghdad demonstration.
Protesters in Minneapolis: the Libyan diaspora is rallying in support of the revolution. (Photo: Kara Allyson/Flickr) The home of the provincial parliament of Katanga, where opposition members say they are intimidated by supporters of the UNAFEC party of parliament speaker Gabriel Kyungu. (Photo: Nick Hobgood) Some of the thousands of Egyptian migrant workers who fled the Libyan violence. (Photo: Lina Atallah) Georgia’s parliament has moved from Tbilisi to new premises in Kutaisi. (Photo: Akhali Gazeti) If Egyptians are to create a democratic system that suits them, then they must dare to further unleash the creativity so abundantly demonstrated in this revolution. (Photo: Monasosh/Flickr) Baghdad protesters demonstrate in support of the anti-Mubarak Egyptian movement last week. (Photo: Hazim al-Sharaa)
Georgian parliament. (Photo: Akhali Gazeti) A gathering of Turkmen elders. (Photo: NBCentralAsia) Many Arab commentators said Qaddafi appeared seriously disturbed during his televised speech, while others said mockingly that he should be on a comedy show. Georgian wine is about to go on sale in Russia after a six-year absence. (Photo: IWPR staff) President Karzai attending a NATO summit on Afghanistan, November 2010. (Photo: UN Photo/Evan Schneider)