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Amid the festivities, issues of integration and representation remain.
Treaty organisation will not allow Russia to influence accession.
Winning article follows the struggles of an ethnically-mixed village.
Specialists develop innovative tools for eco-friendly journalism.
Bruising rivalry between two political camps has led to an ugly war of words.
7 Feb 14
Ruling party using its control of Tbilisi’s elected assembly to pressure mayoral office.
24 Jan 14
Swanky cars and iPhones for government staff seen as excessive at a time when money is tight.
17 Jan 14
United National Movement has survived two election defeats to become serious opposition force.
14 Jan 14
Campaigners say temporary shelters all well and good, but more concerted welfare programme is needed.
22 Dec 13
Anger at government backtracking on pledge to review past convictions.
20 Dec 13
EU awards first prize for peace journalism.
19 Dec 13
Influential church leader warns devolution means separatism. “Nonsense”, say critics.
13 Dec 13
A year after coming to power, the Georgian Dream administration has improved conditions in detention although there’s still work to be done on this and other issues.
10 Dec 13
Overuse of firewood leads to environmental problems in rural areas.
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