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Georgia’s “Foreign Representatives Law” moves forward amid protests

On May 14, Georgia’s parliament approved (84/150) a hotly contested law on “Transparency of Foreign Interests” regulating the amount of aid local civil society organizations may accept from abroad, frequently referred to as the “Foreign Representatives/Foreign Agents Law” and even more cynically the “The Russian Law.”The law is very...

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Georgia’s “Foreign Representatives Law” moves forward amid protests

On May 14, Georgia’s parliament approved (84/150) a hotly...

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As most analysts predicted after the strong showing of...

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Kazakhstan’s Astana International Forum (AIF) has been postponed to 2025, as Astana...

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