Georgia Confessed to Genocide?
On May 20, 2011 the Georgian parliament adopted a resolution in which Russia is accused of genocide Circassian people. Researchers of the Caucasian War (1817-1964), familiar with archival documents and affairs of the time, such statements of the Georgian leadership raise a smile or just bewilderment...
Saakashvili Messed Up the Mission of the Center"
Although the West continues to support the regime of Mikhail Saakashvili in Georgia, there are increasingly more voices in favor of finding other, less compromised figure in the capacity of head of this Transcaucasian state...
Georgia Poisons the Russians to Set Russia at Loggerheads with Turkey
According to Turkish law enforcement officials, in a special operation conducted in the city of Rize, security forces have detained citizens of Georgia who had smuggled in Turkey 210 bags of cigarettes and liquor...
Burjanadze: Advanced Dictatorship Established in Georgia
Georgia’s former Prime Minister and one of the leaders of the Democratic Movement Nino Burjanadze said that after the events on 26 May an ‘advanced dictatorship’ was actually established in Georgia, making all new steps...
Mr. Saakashvili’s Historical Amnesia
In the post-Soviet countries mark June 22 date for us bitter - the beginning of WWII. That day, after an attack by Nazi Germany, Soviet Union entered World War II. However, not all the 15 states that once comprised the Soviet Union, clearly belong to this page of the history of our common past...
There Will Be More Georgian Troops in Afghanistan
According to Georgian media, the Georgia Department of Defense has not been kept informed about possible increases in the Georgian contingent participating in the peacekeeping mission in Afghanistan...
60 People were Victims of Bloody Night in Tbilisi
This startling statement was made by the well-known public figure, President of the Congress of National Associations of Russia, Vice-President of the World Congress of Nations of Georgia, President of the Fund of the Union of Russian and Georgian Nations, Vladimir Khomeriki...
Burdjanadze: In August 2008, Georgia Bombed Itself the City of Gori
According to the leader of the "Democratic Movement - United Georgia" movement, Ex Speaker of the Parliament Nino Burdjanadze, during the August conflict with Russia in 2008, the Georgian armed forces …
The Georgia v. Russia case
International Court of Justice by ten votes to six dismissed the Georgian claim for alleged Russian side, "Racial Discrimination " ...
Saakashvili Has Lowered His Tone
Besides his language, Saakashvili has also changed his tone, abandoning the harsh and sometimes hysterical rhetoric on his favorite topic – an enemy in Russia...