Local elections 15 June, Ghari & Obama, Kiev Georgian sniper death, NATO MAP talk, Georgians to CAR, 1K pp EU doc in Georgian, EU Energy Community, Russian security zone stays, Bacho’s lawyer arrested, Vano boycotting, Gigi will run not sure where, Gigi suit, Paata speech, new ambos to Moldova and the Kingdom, Kvitsiani returns, miner strike, spa tourism, 81 tiny med centers, Bio, traffic safety, Red Army 1921, kvevris, St. Gabriel, Sioni dairy, 450K get cash, Kaduri criticizes, Egyptian $ in Kutaisi, GEL symbol vote, Eurovision, Rugby win, Greens leave Dream, Rati on dead, Persian rock, Givi Targamadze, Peter Baker, Sammut, Podesta, Durbin, Mathias’s suit, Adenauer book, remittences, Dunbar and Dworzak’s book, Kargi Gogo

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  1. The MEME this week
    Soviet Russia Through the Eyes of an American filmed by Charles Edward Stuart between 1926-1930. Link: http://goo.gl/qUWbva

    Behzad Bolour of the BBC’s Persian Service talks to Iranian musicians and singers finding ways of breaking the restrictions on the public performance of music and songs inside Iran. Link: http://goo.gl/54sJUU

    A very interesting article of gossip from Givi Targamaedze. Link: http://goo.gl/eSZuhx

    An article by Peter Baker in the New York times. Link: http://goo.gl/UxFp1T

    An article by Yochi Dreazen in Foreign Policy about the prime minister Garibashvili. Link: http://goo.gl/oW70BY

    An article by Dennis Sammut on CommonSpace.eu in which he argues that Georgia should now be given EU and NATO membership regardless of what Russia says. Link: http://goo.gl/x6exOZ

    An article by Eli Lake in the Daily Beast about Ukraine’s D.C Lobbyists. Link: http://goo.gl/FHgc82

    An article by TI Georgia titled “Ban on land sales – stories from large foreign farmers”. Link: http://goo.gl/WTskU7

    A new book by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Georgian Institute of Politics Georgian Foreign Policy called “The Quest for Sustainable Security.” Link: http://goo.gl/GgDOhT

    BBC’s article titled “Artist uses Google Glass to interact with museum visitors.” Link: http://goo.gl/CV8Tyc

    Past week Mark Mullen was finally able to visit Kargi Gogo in Portland. Link: http://goo.gl/wO0wng

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