Stories by the Author
Violence and fear tarnishes Georgia's bloodless overthrow of Shevardnadze.
4 Dec 03
Parliament enacts US-style anti-smoking law, though independent-minded Georgians are unlikely to obey.
19 Sep 03
Georgia's national security ministry is working on a draft law that would strongly increase government control over NGO activities.
7 Mar 03
Eight months after last April's earthquake in Tbilisi, thousands of residents say they are facing a winter without proper housing.
19 Dec 02
Georgia's main port of Poti and its oil terminal at Supsa are both in serious environmental danger.
28 Oct 02
Controversial new language legislation may further isolate Georgia's 300,000-strong Azerbaijani minority.
5 Sep 02
Deported from southern Georgia by Stalin, Meskhetian Turks are finding it hard to return to their homeland.
20 Oct 01
Impoverished Georgian women are offering themselves up as surrogate mothers to make ends meet.
18 Sep 01
Georgians uprooted by the Abkhaz conflict are finding imaginative ways of overcoming the state's failure to provide them with decent accommodation.
24 Jul 01