Mikheil Saakashvili News
Ex-Georgia leader vows to regain Ukrainian citizenship
Former Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili who moved to Ukraine to lead one of the country's most corrupt-ridden regions says he will fight to keep his Ukrainian citizenship
Ukraine strips citizenship of ex-Georgia leader Saakashvili
Ukraine's president has rescinded the citizenship of Mikheil Saakashvili, the former president of Georgia who moved to Ukraine to become leader of one of its most corruption-plagued regions and later resigned
Obama Says U.S. May Explore Free Trade Deal With Georgia
Marking the 20th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the United States and the Republic of Georgia, President Obama today announced that the United States is willing to explore the “possibility” of a free trade agreement with Georgia. Following an Oval Office meeting with President ...
"Unaffiliated" Organization Seeks Pulitzer Prize for The Onion Satirical News Site
Americans for Fairness in Awarding Journalism Prizes Gets Celebrity Support
Official: President Obama Personally Worked to Have Russia and Georgia Resolve Trade Dispute
Russia’s attempt to join the World Trade Organization consumed much of the discussion between President Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, officials from both countries said today.
Three Gitmo Detainees Transferred to Georgia (The Country, Not the State)
The Justice Department has announced that three detainees from Guantanamo Bay have been transferred to the Republic of Georgia.
Recording Alleges Georgian President to Blame for Fake Invasion Panic
The president of Georgia was in on the TV hoax that panicked the nation Saturday night with a fake news program that Russia had invaded, according to voices supposedly of station executives on a telephone recording posted on a Web site. But in another telephone conversation recording posted on the
Panic Follows Fake Russian Invasion on Georgian TV
Russia slammed the Republic of Georgia 's Imedi TV channel today, calling a fake weekend news segment showing a Russian invasion "irresponsible and immoral." "The provocative TV broadcast caused quite concrete damage to the security and stability in the region and significantly increased the degree
Russian Leadership's Backyard Troubles
Ongoing Ethnic and Political Tensions in the Caucasus Are Becoming a Threat to the Leadership in Moscow
Tensions Flare as Russia-Georgia War Anniversary Approaches
ABC's Alexander Marquardt reports from Moscow: "Provocative" has been a popular word in Russia and Georgia in recent days, each country liberally painting the other with the label on a near-daily basis as the anniversary of the 2008 war between...