Can Georgia’s Far Right Make It in Electoral Politics?

by Giorgi Lomsadze A prominent anti-immigrant activist in Georgia has announced plans to run for parliament next year as part of a far-right coalition. And a new study suggests that far-right politics may have broad enough appeal among Georgians to… Continue Reading  

Why Georgia’s Presidential Election Is a Voter Turnoff

by Vera Gogokhia This weekend, Georgians should be lining up to vote for president. But many, especially young people, will not vote at all. The campaign has been a lesson in how to discourage a once-engaged citizenry. It has revealed… Continue Reading