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NATO Opens Georgian Training Center

NATO says a new training center in Georgia will help the Caucasus country to move closer to membership in the military alliance. More

NATO Chief Visits Tbilisi To Open Military Training Center

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg arrived August 26 for a two-day visit to Georgia. More

Georgian Defense Minister Tina Khidasheli

Georgia Calls On NATO To Deliver

Georgian Defense Minister Tina Khidasheli has called on NATO to take tangible steps toward eventual membership for Tbilisi when the alliance meets in Warsaw next year. More

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Tenge Fever: Kazakhs Anxious Despite Slight Rebound In National Currency

Ordinary Kazakhs express dismay and criticize their government following Astana's decision to abandon a fixed exchange rate to devalue the national currency, the tenge.

Commentary: Pride Versus Prejudice In The West

Throughout its history, my country -- the Soviet Union -- conducted cruel and arbitrary mass purges; participated in international political terrorism; fostered new totalitarian regimes; committed aggression; and violated fundamental principles of law. Russia has returned to that behavior.

Crisis Threatens To Become Crisis In Georgia, Too

The economic crisis in Greece is sending painful shock waves through Georgia. The flow of as much as $20 million a month in remittances from the tens of thousands of Georgians working in Greece has fallen off sharply, and many of them are being forced to return home.
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