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Monthly Archives: March 2011
The “Caucasian Peoples’ University”, a seminar of the Tbilisi Caucasian House which involves a diversity of young people from both North and South Caucasus, organized a cultural week dedicated to Armenia from March 22 to March 26, 2011. The youth … Continue reading
The Greek community of Georgia makes up a national minority which originally came from Turkey – and not directly from Greece. Their home region is called “Pontus”, hence their own designation as “Pontic Greeks”. Today, the Pontic Greeks of Georgia … Continue reading
Giorgi Pliev and Nino Pilieva are the young leaders of the Ossetian Youth Organization based in Tbilisi, Georgia. Since the war in 2008, relations between Georgia and South Ossetia have greatly deteriorated and the Ossetians of Georgia suffer from this … Continue reading
Who knows about Georgia and more generally about Caucasus in Europe? Before going to Georgia in January 2011, I carefully observed reactions when I mentioned this small country located in South Caucasus. Some people immediately thought of Georgia, USA. Others … Continue reading