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The free economic zone at Poti has not generated the business and employment boom promised at its launch in 2008. Some see that as a warning to plans to build an all-new port called Lazika. (Photo: Lasha Zarginava)
Nino Kharadze
10 Dec 11
Many doubt that plan to build metropolis up from nothing is feasible, desirable or needed.
The Georgian Supreme Court in Tbilisi. (Photo: Giorgi Kupatadze)
Nino Kharadze
25 Nov 11
Launch of jury trials seen as key to building trust in the courts.
President Mikheil Saakashvili has hailed a deal allowing Moscow to join the World Trade Organisation as a success for Georgia. (Photo: Olesia Vartanyan)
Nino Kharadze
5 Nov 11
Despite claims of success, Georgia does not seem to have gained much from talks.
Paata Zakareishvili warns that accusing Russia of a historical genocide will result in retaliatory action against Georgia. (Photo: Maia Avaliani)
Nino Kharadze
19 May 11
Some analysts warn that delving too deep into other people’s history could create problems in the here and now.
Nino Kharadze
8 Apr 11
Talks falter on extent of proportional representation.
Nino Kharadze
11 Mar 11
Opposition leaders say government should focus on achievable economic deals with Moscow rather than pressing political demands.
Ecologists fear that handing over forestry to the economy ministry will open the way to untrammelled commercial exploitation. (Photo: Giorgi Kupatadze)
Nino Kharadze
25 Feb 11
Parcelling out regulatory functions could lead to plundering of natural resources, conservationists warn.
Ana Natsvlishvili of the Human Rights Centre in Tbilisi. (Photo: Maia Avaliani)
Nino Kharadze
5 Nov 10
Government says it must approve projects involving two disputed entities.
Border post between Georgia and Russia. (Photo: Giorgi Kupatadze)
Nino Kharadze
20 Oct 10
Moscow sees unilateral move as a provocation – and some Georgians tend to agree.
Bako Sahakyan, president of Nagorny Karabakh, hopes an international court ruling on Kosovo will set a precedent for south Caucasian aspirations for independence. (Photo: Anahit Danielyan)
Karine Ohanian, Nino Kharadze
30 Jul 10
States and self-declared republics divided by international court ruling that Kosovo’s declaration of independence was legal.