Monthly Archives: February 2013

Languages in Georgia: expats and learning

As far as I can see, expats in Georgia frequently get into rivalries over local languages, specifically to test who knows the most Georgian, who can read their alphabet best, who also knows the Cyrillic alphabet and bits of Russian. … Continue reading

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One-Track Georgianism

To all those people who have commented and messaged me over the last few days, I have to say, I am really surprised. All the comments on here and the messages on my Twitter from Georgians have all been very … Continue reading

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It doesn’t look good, Georgia.

It’s usually what I think whenever I see a Georgian politician making a fool of himself, but since Bidzina was elected I’m feeling much more of what the Army used to call a ‘sense of urgency’.  The fact is, Georgians … Continue reading

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