Ana Chitaladze
Ana Chitaladze

Prepared Articles


Does Georgia’s Budget Sustain NATO?

On July 10, 2020, the online version of the Georgian version of a pro-Kremlin media outlet News-Front featured an article by the Editor – Shota


Myth about Russia Annexing Crimea for Defense Purposes

On November 14, a web portal Georgia and the World (Geworld) published an article titled: “Americans Wanted to Place Nuclear Missiles, Targeted at Russia, in Crimea.” The article includes an interview of a Russian internet-TV ITON TV with Jacob Kedmi, the former Head of the Relations with the Soviet Union’s Jewish Diaspora – Натив, who states that the United States wanted to place a military base in Sevastopol, Crimea, from where it could shell the territory of Russia using the Tomahawk cruise missiles. As Jacob Kedmi claimed, Russia disrupted the United States’ plan on the placement of the military base by annexing Crimea. In the same interview, Kedmi labels the 2013-2014 Maidan events as a gamble by the United States and a coup d’etat, provoked by the latter.


The Russian Poison

On October 17, 2018, Russian Channel 1 broadcasted a reportage that accused British and American special services of killing several individuals, associated with Russia, in England, under uncertain circumstances. The reportage is a response to the indictments against two Russian nationals with regards to the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal. In this case, traces of special services even go back to the 16th century. More precisely, a biological and chemical weapons expert, Igor Nikulin claims that Ivan the Terrible, as well as his son, were poisoned by British doctors.

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