17 Jan

Centennial newspaper
By: BRAMS | Published On: 17/01/19 10:29 pm

On 17 January 2019, it was the 100th anniversary of the newspaper Sakartvelos Respublika (Georgian for: “Republic of Georgia”). The current staff of the newspaper celebrated it in the Council Chamber at the Georgian National Academy of Sciences.


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14 Nov

Lessons of Democracy
By: BRAMS | Published On: 14/11/18 10:15 pm

Head of the Institute of American Studies, and President of the Georgian Association for American Studies, Professor Vasil Kacharava, discussed his new book “Lessons of Democracy: Political History of the United States of America 1877-2008”. He also gave an account of the work done by the Institute of American Studies.


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28 Oct

Robakidze birthday
By: BRAMS | Published On: 28/10/18 10:12 pm

Bright, controversial, unique, talented, down-to-earth, daring, innovatory, ahead of his time, eternal – the list of words that could describe the personality of Grigol Robakidze might be endless. It seems impossible to embrace every aspect of his great legacy.


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25 Oct

Memorandum of Cooperation signed
By: BRAMS | Published On: 25/10/18 5:54 pm

On 25 October 2018, the Georgian National Academy of Sciences and the Georgian Academy of Criminology signed a Memorandum of Cooperation.

According to the document, the sides agree to coordinate their work and participate in joint projects such as conferences, symposia, seminars, round-table talks, discussions, etc. Also, they will publish scientific articles in the Bulletin of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences Matsne and the international scientific and practical journal The Criminologist.


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26 Sep

Altruistic motives
By: BRAMS | Published On: 26/09/18 11:32 pm

Today the Georgian Museum of Fine Arts, which exhibits the private collection of Dr George (Gia) Jokhtaberidze and Manana Shevardnadze, has officially opened. The public will have access to the new museum from 2nd October 2018.

The museum houses about 3,500 pieces of work by over 80 Georgian artists and sculptors. The oldest exhibits belong to the 1940s.

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