Editorial

The FINANCIAL -- Throughout the 20th century, most of Europe has grown to accept and welcome women in the workplace.  The attitude becomes little less feminist as you travel east, however. Areas like East Europe, the Caucuses, and Turkey still have more traditional values than their central and northern counterparts.  Georgia presents somewhat unique opinions, ...

The FINANCIAL -- In the wake of the interim nuclear deal with Iran, many questions have been raised by people from different backgrounds, government officials, and the media inside and outside ...

The FINANCIAL -- There are many things that come to mind when asked to describe Georgian culture.  Hospitality, food, wine, song anddance are usually cited;people reference the church, supras, ...

The FINANCIAL -- Georgians have more traditional views on marriage than most every other European country, and have one of the highest marriage rates. ...

The FINANCIAL -- Over the last decade, the United National Movement made impressive strides toward a more stable and safe ...

The FINANCIAL -- In the 1930s, the American linguist Benjamin Lee Whorf put forward the hypothesis that people of different mother tongues perceive the world differently. ...

The FINANCIAL -- With a presidential election just over and a continuing uncertainty about Georgia’s political future, the coming year promises to be just as full of politics as the last ...

In my last article I surveyed as impartially as I could the position of the various countries that might be affected by the interim deal recently forged between Iran and the P5+1 (the US, ...

The FINANCIAL -- When a country engages in scientific research, the fruits are harvested by the whole of humanity. ...