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The Silk Road: The Route That Made the World
In T’s May 17 Travel Issue, four writers retrace the land routes of ancient explorers, looking at food, religion, art, poetry and silk-making.
How Silk-Making Represents a More Hidden Side of Georgia’s Past
The sumptuous craft was introduced along the country’s trade routes centuries ago. Even now, links to this delicate tradition still remain.
U.S. and Allies Blame Russia for Cyberattack on Republic of Georgia
Britain and Australia joined the State Department’s effort to deter Moscow from interfering in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
Caucusing in the Caucasus
Why attend an Iowa caucus in Des Moines or Cedar Rapids when you can do it from Tbilisi?
The Rustic Cooking of Home
“I spent my whole life explaining my culture,” said Tamara Chubinidze, who opened Chama Mama in March, where many country-style dishes are on offer.
High in His ‘Glassle,’ Georgia’s Richest Man Looms Over Country’s Top Project
A proposed deepwater port could recast the former Soviet republic’s image. But not without the backing of Bidzina Ivanishvili, a billionaire and power broker.
A Monster to History, Stalin Is a Tourist Magnet in His Hometown
How do you market a homegrown monster to the rest of the world? A popular museum in Stalin’s hometown in Georgia adopts an admiring tone, and the guided tour skips over his millions of victims.
Georgia Stages Protests While Its Relations With Russia Are in a Tailspin
The latest demonstrations followed a decision by President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia to cancel all flights from Russia to Georgia starting on July 8.
At This Techno Club, the Party Is Political
Bassiani in Tbilisi, Georgia, is on the front line of issues that have that have led to clashes with the authorities and threatened to boil over into violence.
Outrage Grows as Russia Grants Passports in Ukraine’s Breakaway Regions
The United States, Germany and France joined Ukraine in condemning the Kremlin’s move to fast-track Russian citizenship for some residents of separatist areas.
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