Dunbar, food arm chair quarterbacking, animal count, Alasania’s def min people out, Central Bank head selection process starts, Pankisi arrest, new Misha criminal case, Tiniko at NATO again with demand, Tamriko in South America, Margvel Cameron chat, Yerevan shuki riots, budget cuts, biletebi.ge UEFA mess, Michael O’Boyle EU HR advisor, US terrorism report, French choppers, IS in North Cauk, Marneuli guy threatens blood over cartoon, Yazidi temple in Varketili, baby traffic, Tbilisi Google Maps complete. Kveda Ajara sale and hotel, Afpac Georgians find chemical explosives near Marmal, new Russian ABL abduction, winds in Marneuli, disability vacation, Geo car racer and Wimbelton, blueberries in UK, parliament violence against women law, Batsb, Misha’s new salary, Melua helps with flood, Car Free Tbilisi

2 thoughts on “TBLPOD25june2015

  1. The MEME this week is a photo on twitter of a new version of the Georgian flag. In the place of the four crosses — hippos. Link: http://bit.ly/1BFnq3K

    And a second meme of the week, from the protests in Yerevan. A protester is seen next to a row of riot police cooking shashlik on a grill. Link: http://on.fb.me/1JmM9wA

    DfWatch reports from Zemo Alvani on the disappearing Batsbi language. Link: http://bit.ly/1IgIE9i

    The Wall Street Journal has rankings of the most and least expensive cities in the world for expats. Tbilisi is up there on the list of least expensive cities worldwide. Link: http://on.wsj.com/1GMbiwZ

    George Lomsadze for Eurasianet on false predator alarms and how to put a tiger to sleep in Tbilisi. Link: http://bit.ly/1GAYlmf

    NPR also has a piece on Misha popping up in Ukraine. Link: http://n.pr/1HetNxj

    RFE/RL on the tech-savvy civic movement leading the Armenia protests. Link: http://bit.ly/1e73R9s

    A blog post by one of the CRRC’s junior fellows, on what gets you a job in Georgia: Connections, or an education? Link: http://bit.ly/1H8OpXN

    Agenda.ge follows some of the Georgian athletes at the Baku European Games. Link: http://bit.ly/1eKyjHA

  2. Hi! I’m just visiting Tbilisi this week and saw the sign at Prospero’s. Thanks for the podcast. It gave me great insight into the political and social situation in Georgia and tipped me off that there’s this great concert on Saturday night! If I run into you guys I owe you a beer for sure!

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