Tag: Georgia

The Georgian Protests: Dramatic Days, an Unexpected Outcome
Public Life, Religion and Politics

The Georgian Protests: Dramatic Days, an Unexpected Outcome

  Early on March 9th, the Georgian population learned that the Georgian Dream party announced the withdrawal of the draft on transparency of foreign influence. It was on March 7th that Parliament of Georgia, with a majority from the Georgian Dream party, passed the first reading of the controversial law on “foreign agents” (any organization…

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Violence in Georgia and the Ambivalence of a Cross
Public Life, Religion and Politics

Violence in Georgia and the Ambivalence of a Cross

In the aftermath of erecting a metal cross to replace the flag of Europe in front of Georgia’s Parliament on July 5, my intention was to write only on the ambivalence of this cross, but things took a horrifying turn. World media and social platforms gave an ample coverage to the events that unfolded around…

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