"Those who justify genocide in Ukraine will themselves be condemned by the international community" - presidential advisor Podoliak, Ukraine on the government of Georgia
The feeling of insecurity breeds a reaction that any Russian couple sitting in a cafe is part of an occupation project.
“Residents forbidden to burn down houses”: about Karabakh villages that will come under Azerbaijani control
At the end of August, Armenia will transfer the Lachin corridor to Azerbaijan, which connects NK with Armenia, and the surrounding towns.
Secretary of State Blinken and the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict: Abkhaz political scientists have called his statements "disinformation" and urged him to be more responsible
The president and the trout farm: Abkhazian opposition leader on the authorities' loss of legitimacy
Abkhazia: oppositionist Ardzinba accuses the president. who took possession of the largest trout farm? Who squandered $850 million in aid from Russia?
The border department of Russia's FSB reported that it has installed new checkpoints "in agreement with the Armenian government." But not a single state institution of Armenia has announced this decision, made several months ago
"Azerbaijan insists on fulfillment of fourth paragraph of tripartite statement" - Azerbaijani Foreign Minister
Armenia is delaying the fulfillment of the agreement on the Zangezur corridor, Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov said in an interview with Turkish media
Deoligarchization is one of the EU's twelve recommendations for Georgia on the path to membership
"The heart of our country has been occupied by Russia for fourteen years" - Prime Minister of Georgia on the August war
Garibashvili's statement criticized for several reasons
“The rights of the populace caught up in the conflict continue to be violated”
August five-day war: what happened. JAMnews has published a detailed, chronological review of how the war started and unfolded over those five days
Commentary by political observer Hakob Badalyan on what topics the presidents of Russia and Turkey might have touched on and how their agreements may affect the South Caucasus region
“If you were a Jew you were no longer loved, you were hated. It's the same now. When people speak ill of about 142 million people, it's a shame."
“No one is ready to lighten Russia's burden”: on the Russian peacekeeper mandate in Nagorno-Karabakh
Protests in Yerevan demanding the protection of NK, the Kremlin's reaction to Pashinyan's statements on peacekeepers, an explanation from the ruling party of Armenia about what it meant, and an expert's comments
“Russia is not reacting to force, but to a perception of weakness”
The Prime Minister of Armenia has expressed his opinion on what is behind the escalation in Nagorno-Karabakh.
Authorities say the move would be "irrational"
All details known at the moment, as well as the opinions of analysts on possible causes of the escalation
Opposition party "European Georgia" behind the initiative
An indignant reaction in Georgia to Medvedev's post which declared that it should become part of Russia.
“Set the validity of tourist visas to 30 days”
Opposition protest, clarification from the government, and commentary by a political scientist about what is happening and what it all means