Rustavi 2 court decision, shut down by government, Constitutional Court ignored, immediately tries to change editorial direction, Misha calls, by-elections Sagarejo close Patriotebi close to Otsneba, PM in Estonia asked about Rustavi 2, Kvirikashvili in DC, Ilham in town, sidewalk holes, Dekanoidze leads Ukraine cops, Vasadze brings Christian homophobes to Tbilisi, Misha stripped of citizenship, MEPs Knesset OSCE permanent reps in town, National Bank put rates up half percent, EBRD Investors Council, Fady angry, cops indicted, two portfolios over? Partnership Fund and Chinese fund textiles, half Armenians want to join Russia, Abkhaz RR, new cash, Polish cement, drug visit, beard guy kept out, Japanese hacked, Khevsur road, Louisiana piano win, Lelos, films, foreign workers must be registered, Miley Cyrus wreck, Vice on ABL, “it” girls, IMF says high growth.

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  1. The MEME this week is a video going around facebook of a really bad performance of Miley Cyrus’ ‘Wrecking Ball’ by a contestant on Georgia’s version of Georgia’s Got Talent. Link: http://on.fb.me/1RA5NFC

    Politico reporter Maxim Tucker profiles ‘Ukraine’s most popular politician,’ according to a recent public opinion poll: Misha. Link: http://politi.co/1kciImP

    Simon Ostrovsky of Vice news has an episode from the administrative boundary line with South Ossetia. Link: http://bit.ly/1MCtIQx

    Tbilisi Fashion Week is coming up, and Vogue looks at the Tbilisi fashion scene and says all the ‘it’ girls are from Georgia. Link: http://vogue.cm/1MCtIQC

    Heather Yundt of IWPR investigates why the International Criminal Court is only opening its investigation into the August 2008 war now, seven years later. Link: http://bit.ly/1MmDSZV

    Open Democracy looks at the unemployment problem in Georgia and relying on family networks to get by. Link: http://bit.ly/1L0g3l3

    The Kyiv Post talks with Misha advisor Zurab Adeishvili on the need for dramatic reforms in Ukraine prosecutor’s office. Link: http://bit.ly/1WDFxeS

    International Policy Digest gives a roundup of the events in Georgia over the past month, from the leaked rape videos and anti-UNM attacks, to political interventions in the Rustavi 2 trial. Link: http://bit.ly/1S0fyNi

    The Telegraph has a list of European cities you never thought to visit but that you should, which includes Tbilisi. Link: http://bit.ly/1NtS2sN

    CRRC gives us nine things politicians should know about Georgian voters. Link:http://bit.ly/1HvnrVy

    Georgian Journal writes on the ‘My Georgia’ photo collection. Link: http://bit.ly/1NvJvWk

    The National Bank has a site where you can see the Lari new bank notes. Link: http://bit.ly/1la3uPh

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