Air defense, cop shot, Pankisi kids to ISIS, NGOs mad Gov is listening, Romania def min, Danish, Polish Swedish FMs to visit, Gharibashvili wants Sakdrisi gold mine working, EU ratifications, Turk, Az, Geo Def Mins meet, ODIHR shows up, ANP to NATO, Chinese factories in Kutaisi, ex US Embassy Orbeliani palace not sold by gov, bad sit for transgender in Geo, totaled German car import, Marneuli fight, Swiss landslide warning machine, Turkish lira counterfeit arrest, Russian cell company in Abkhazia and South Ossetia now in Georgia, Nigerians students die of gas poisoning, EU health deal signed, Ajara $, Margvel gives health min a medal, Japanese woman like Geo wine, US Coast Guard memorial, Geguti getting fixed up, new power line to Armenia, Google Maps expanding, docs on mountains get support, remains of Geo war dead from 2008, biodegradable bags, Kutaisi to Istanbul 30 Euro, tiny streets named for women, oxygen leak in Imereti, solidarity fund, PM has son, Corn Island prize, AIESEC forum, new parliamentary committee chairs, the Patriarch ok’s caviar.

2 thoughts on “TBLPOD9april2015

  1. The MEME this week is Patriarch Ilia II announcing during his 5th of April Sunday sermon that for people who are fasting before Easter, its ok to eat fish, sea products — and CAVIAR.


    Michael Cecire writes for Carnegie Russia on the UNM’s lack of rebranding itself. Link: http://ceip.org/1GkuP9L

    This week’s CRRC blog is on gender roles in Azerbaijan. Link: http://bit.ly/1ybiFgA

    Georgian Journal tells us about how Georgians celebrate Easter. Link: http://bit.ly/1CBtVhy

    Georgian Journal also muses what kind of anti-aircraft system Alasania was trying to get from France. Link: http://bit.ly/1GRShcV

    George Lomsadze of Eurasianet writes on the Aliyevs of Azerbaijan going to Mecca and publicity. Link: http://bit.ly/1NeVBV5

    Caucasus Analytical Digest has a whole issue on women in politics. Link: http://bit.ly/1CBtZOl

    My Georgian Journal and Kviris Palitra column this week is about the US/EU deal with Iran and what it means for Georgia. Link: http://bit.ly/1OhKKXq

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