5 July 2018
Family of Ex-Armenian Leader Sargsyan Targeted by New Authorities Premium

Two brothers of ousted former president face legal probes, along with other members of the old ruling elite.

3 July 2018
A War for Hearts and Minds
Almost 10 years on from the 2008 war, Georgian civil society – both informal and formal – is increasingly engaging in the country’s breakaway territories. From openDemocracy.
By Tatiana Kozak
21 June 2018
Armenia Steps Up Pressure on Old Regime Premium

A prominent Karabakh war veteran faces corruption allegations as the new authorities continue phasing out former government officials.

14 June 2018
Georgian Prime Minister Resigns Over ‘Disagreements’ With Ruling Party Head Premium

After a month of protests, Giorgi Kvirikashvilli’s departure paves the way for a new Georgian Dream government.

6 June 2018
‘The System Should Be Destroyed,’ Georgian Protest Leader Says Premium

Controversial verdict in murder case of two teenagers catalyzes demonstrations against corruption, which have already rattled the upper echelons of power.

1 June 2018
Their Home

An Armenian organization is trying to step in where state support programs for the integration of orphans fall short. From JAMnews.

By Gayane Mkrtchyan


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