The story of how one job searche turned into a dangerous experiment
How to get out of the deadlock of the opposition controlling the presidential administration but the president not intending to resign
The main reason for the protest is the low trust in the authorities and in general the entire political elite in Abkhazia – political observer Inal Khashig
Increased awareness of femicide, amnesty for political prisoners, unpunished crimes and indomitable feminist spirit are but a part of what 2019 brought Azerbaijan
Political analyst Tornike Sharashenidze on the arrest and release of Georgian doctor Gaprindashvili in South Ossetia and the need to learn to admit to mistakes
The resolution does not have any legal force and thus does not require the signature of President Trump
The topic of the confiscation of weapons has become relevant in Abkhazia against the backdrop of a spike in crime. Meanwhile, activists have been fighting for a law against corruption for the second year
The political palette of the past year in questions and answers
Op-Ed: the president of Russia is preparing for a life-term in office and we should all keep quiet about it
The scandalous Russian law on foreign agents may be a cover for more important political decisions
“Abkhazia is in deep trouble”
What will happen when the Ingur Hydroelectric Power Station, a station that has an undefined status in the zone of the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict, will stop for repairs in in the fall of 2020?
Georgian experts have responded that though Coffey’s initiative ‘sounds nice’, it is far from reality
Raul Khajimba has, it seems, just one way of calmly serving through his second term – coming to an agreement with the opposition about reforms
If a similar same prison term is given for a picket with posters and for murder, people will begin to support more primitive forms of justice.