Kseniya Sobchak plans to run for the Russian presidency

Kseniya Sobchak plans to run for the Russian presidency

The television presenter is suspected of colluding with Vladimir Putin

October 20, 2017
Op-ed: Will changing Abkhazia’s Minister of Internal Affairs help the fight against crime?

Op-ed: Will changing Abkhazia’s Minister of Internal Affairs help the fight against crime?

The authorities are the biggest obstacle when it comes to enforcing the law in Abkhazia

October 20, 2017
South Ossetia: Veterans entering politics

South Ossetia: Veterans entering politics

Combatants of the Georgian-Ossetian conflict are angered by the lack of attention received from the authorities

October 18, 2017
Aliyev and Sargsyan’s meeting in Geneva: results and consequences

Aliyev and Sargsyan’s meeting in Geneva: results and consequences

Information on a rare meeting and expert opinions from Baku and Yerevan

October 17, 2017
Abkhazia battling the brown marmorated stink bug

Abkhazia battling the brown marmorated stink bug

The pests have practically destroyed the entire hazelnut harvest, with large sums of money now being needed to deal with the infestation

October 15, 2017
Safeguarding the border through gloves

Safeguarding the border through gloves

A factory in a village in Armenia near the border with Azerbaijan is a risk for the owner and a source of hope for the local population

October 13, 2017
Russian LGBT activists collect 300 000 euros to evacuate gays from Chechnya

Russian LGBT activists collect 300 000 euros to evacuate gays from Chechnya

Activists are trying to save them from persecution, murder, and torture.

October 17, 2017
Jehova’s Witnesses listed as ‘extremists’ in South Ossetia

Jehova’s Witnesses listed as ‘extremists’ in South Ossetia

In 10 days time, they will be forbidden from gathering

October 14, 2017
Dream Town: Batumi’s ghetto

Dream Town: Batumi’s ghetto

On the outskirts of Batumi, a coastal city famous for its beaches and new hotels, a slum has been expanding for five years. It has become a symbol of unfulfilled election promises.

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Shoemakers in Abkhazia and their stories

Shoemakers in Abkhazia and their stories

More on the 'People in the Caucasus' series

October 13, 2017
Survey: What do Georgians know about the EU?

Survey: What do Georgians know about the EU?

The majority of people in ethnic minority groups believe that Russia is in a better position to help Georgia than the European Union

October 11, 2017
Many in Tskhinval are against the demolition of the city’s oldest building

Many in Tskhinval are against the demolition of the city’s oldest building

The Iriston hotel is thought by many to be a symbol of Tskhinval

October 11, 2017
Potential Russian presidential candidate Navalny’s thoughts on the Caucasus

Potential Russian presidential candidate Navalny’s thoughts on the Caucasus

It's high time we stopped feeding the Caucasus - Russia's most popular opposition figure's agenda: visa requirements, the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia

October 11, 2017

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