Georgia

12 June 2017
Georgia Eyes Ban on Foreign Ownership of Farmland Premium

Opposition parties slam move as populist, saying agriculture desperately needs foreign investment and know-how.

 
5 June 2017
South Ossetia Emerges as Financial Center for Ukrainian Rebels Premium

Key bank there likely used to facilitate payments from Russia.

 
31 May 2017
Exiled Azerbaijani Journalist Says Kidnapped to Baku Premium

Georgia launches investigation, as allegations swirl that Tbilisi might be complicit. 

 
31 May 2017
Caucasus, Central Asia Face Huge U.S. Aid Cuts Premium

President Trump’s 2018 budget envisages massive aid cuts globally, but is likely to be watered down in Congress.

 
25 May 2017
Is Georgia Still Safe for Azerbaijani Dissidents?

Azerbaijani dissidents are wondering whether Georgia will remain a safe haven, given its western neighbor’s record investments. From openDemocracy.

By Lamiya Adilgizi
 
9 May 2017
Georgian Anti-Hep C Project an Overwhelming Success Premium

Large-scale elimination of virus is the result of pilot program launched by U.S. pharmaceutical manufacturer, which offered free treatment to hepatitis patients. 

 
25 April 2017
Georgian Opposition Walks Out of Constitutional Reform Process Premium
Boycott allowed ruling Georgian Dream party to push through amendments critics say will cement the party’s hold on power
 
19 April 2017
Georgia's Five-Year-Old Prince Prepares to Reign
Although the restoration of the Bagration dynasty seems unlikely, Crown Prince Giorgi has some influential players in his corner, starting with the Georgian Orthodox Church leader. From EurasiaNet.org.
By Tamar Kikacheishvili
 
11 April 2017
Putin Assures South Ossetia of Full Support Premium

The new leader of the South Caucasus breakaway state gets the only endorsement that matters.

 
8 March 2017
Power Flows Across Georgia-Abkhazia Border, People Don’t Premium

High in the Caucasus mountains, the Enguri hydropower plant is a rare example of cooperation between the two hostile sides.

 

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The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.

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