Posts Tagged ‘georgia’

With an ongoing project based in Tbilisi, I am nervously watching Georgians brace for the parliamentary elections to be held on October 1. The elections are important because a new constitution will go into effect next year (transferring many of the current presidential powers over to the prime minister), but it is interesting because of […]

საქართველოს I got back from Tbilisi a month ago and thought I’d share some facts about the country. Most people I meet confuse it with Georgia, unless they know me well, in which case the only thing they might know about it is that the capital is not Atlanta. No one is really sure why […]