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  1. The MEME this week is not extremely contemporary, but depicts a man (labeled “Giorgi VIII”) sleeping on a subway while holding a pizza box (labeled “United Georgia”), from which all of the pizza slices have slid onto the floor (labeled “Imereti, Qartli, Samcxe-Javaxeti, and Kaxeti”). Link: https://bit.ly/2N2CYVD

    **Prime Minister Bakhtadze wrote an op-ed for The Hill saying that the “US-Georgia relationship more important than ever.” Link: https://bit.ly/2xkYKhu

    **Dr. Alan Riley, a fellow at the Institute for Statecraft in London, and at the Atlantic Council in Washington DC wrote an article for Estonian foreign affairs magazine Diplomaatia titled “Beware of Chinese Gifts: A Warning for Central and Eastern Europe,” about the dangers posed to countries in the region by Chinese programs like the Belt and Road Initiative. Link: https://bit.ly/2xCRLSc

    **OC Media wrote about the lives of Georgia’s pensioners, relying on people’s goodwill to survive. Link: https://bit.ly/2Q7opCn

    **Post Pravda wrote about “What Happens If You’re Busted With Drugs in Georgia?” Link: https://bit.ly/2OjhTLe

    **New UK TV show “Joanna Lumley’s Silk Road Adventure,” in which Lumley travels from Venice to China, filmed its second episode crossing from the Black Sea to the Caspian through Georgia and Azerbaijan. Episode Link: https://bit.ly/2MZkTrH

    **Tbilisi’s Sololaki made it onto TimeOut Magazine’s list of the world’s 50 coolest neighborhoods, for its combination of interesting sights and its “air of mystery.” Link: https://bit.ly/2OEnQzw

    **Eurasianet wrote about “How one Georgian family built a national ice hockey league.” . Link: https://bit.ly/2xXqaL0

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