02.11.2011 [Financial Times (blog)] - With Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili (pictured) seemingly ready to drop his objections to its arch-enemy, Russia, joining the World Trade Organisation, it's worth asking – what's in it for Tbilisi?
23.10.2011 [The Independent] - A reclusive, eccentric billionaire has stepped out of the shadows and vowed to topple the regime of the Georgian President, Mikheil Saakashvili. For years, Georgians have known little about Bidzina Ivanishvili, who until last
21.10.2011 [IMTJ] - Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili wants the country to expand and improve medical services to attract more medical tourists, "Already foreigners come to Georgia for treatment. One of the important parts of tourism is medical tourism that must be
Eduard Shevardnadze was a Georgian politician and diplomat. He served as First Secretary of ..... Shevardnadze's career as Georgian President was in some respects more challenging than his earlier career as Soviet Foreign Minister.