Details of the proejct, and what’s in it for Georgia, Russia and Armenia
Young activists say that current conditions in the country for those with political ambitions are by no means satisfactory
Moldova and the unrecognised republic of Transnistria have agreed to issue 'neutral' license plates for vehicles from Transnistria which will allow them to leave the area
Armenian journalist and writer Mark Grigoryan describes his experience of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in a series of essays written exclusively for JAMnews
Armenian journalist and writer Mark Grigoryan on his experience of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
Organs missing from body of Georgian citizen who died under questionable circumstances in South Ossetia
Why are the results of Tatunashvili’s autopsy so long in coming?
Armenian journalist and writer Mark Grigorian recounts his experience of the Karabakh conflict in a series of essays
Non-Abkhaz individuals have until the end of the year to prove their right to citizenship
Georgian and Abkhaz experts sound off on the proposal
The tension between political factions in South Ossetia has taken on new dimensions after the death of Georgian citizen Archil Tatunashvili
Azerbaijani expert’s commentary: why did the ‘March massacre’ happen?
The first serious Armenian-Azerbaijani clashes occurred in 1990