According to the estimations of the Public Defender of Nagorno-Karabakh, approximately 90,000 people have been forcefully displaced. Part of them moved to safer places within Karabakh, others have gone to Armenia
News and reports from both sides on military operations around Karabakh and on the border of Azerbaijan and Armenia. One month after the escalation began
On October 28, the Azerbaijani city of Barda was subjected to a massive missile attack by the Armenian armed forces: 21 dead, over 60 wounded
Azerbaijani Armed Forces inflicted a targeted strike directly on the building of the maternity hospital
Change of leadership in the self-proclaimed republic threatens international agreement on conflict settlement
The cause for concern is the upcoming signing of an agreement on cooperation between Armenia and the European Union.
The fate of a Georgian-Abkhaz war monument in Scotland: to be demolished, altered or moved to Abkhazia?
Georgian and Abkhaz society have actively included themselves in the discussion
Abkhazia wants to form a ‘Group of Friends of Abkhazia in the Pacific Ocean Region’
The initiative comes from the People's Front opposition party
The identities of those behind the attack remain unknown
The loan was taken out despite warnings given by experts
First of all, it’s worth knowing what Abkhazians really think.
The opposition believes that the case will not be solved while the current authorities are still in power
Combatants of the Georgian-Ossetian conflict are angered by the lack of attention received from the authorities
Information on a rare meeting and expert opinions from Baku and Yerevan
A meeting between the two countries’ presidents on 16 October 2017 could be a serious breakthrough. But will it?
Moscow is concerned about relations between Tbilisi and NATO
The trial of the priest of the Tulip tree may spark the beginning of a larger protest
Is Azerbaijan trying to obstruct this process using the Karabakh bargaining chip?
Wreaths have been laid down at monuments dedicated to the soldiers who lost their lives in the Georgia-Abkhazia war. The Prime Minster of Georgia stated that the war was 'fratricidal' and that there were no winners
Georgians are ready to 'reboot' relations with their Abkhaz brothers, says Giorgi Kvirikashvili
Armen Ashotyan is calling on Azerbaijanis to reject xenophobia