Conflictologist Avaz Hasanov on reports of the resettlement of ethnic Armenians to Karabakh and nearby areas
Political scientists and economists predict the weakening of President Alexander Lukashenko, the growth of his dependence on Russia and the collapse of the country's economy
President Bibilov has concentrated absolute power in his hands, which has ultimately led to a crisis
"The president isn't changing, his team is changing" - independent lawyer Gunel Safarova on the new political processes in Azerbaijan in an interview with JAMnews
The staged visit to Abkhazia by Georgian politicians with pro-Russian reputations was, apparently, organized with support from the Kremlin and with the approval of the president of Abkhazia
The question has come up again, as another Armenian officer was captured in August. Baku called it a sabotage attempt, Yerevan refutes this claim and accuses Azerbaijan of violating the rights of a prisoner of war
Why they decided that Abkhaz children should only study in Abkhaz schools, why it won't help the development of the Abkhaz language, and what should actually be done to preserve the language
The opposition has created a coordination council, the European Union is convening a special summit on Belarus
A week after the presidential elections in Belarus, many thousands are protesting the rigged elections and unprecedented violence of the security forces. What can be expected to follow?
Former advisor to the Armenian defense minister and military expert David Jamalyan gives his opinion to JAMnews
The July flare up ‘froze’ the negotiation process – Armenian experts on border fighting with Azerbaijan
Adviser to the President of Nagorno-Karabakh David Babayan and political observer Hakob Badalyan answered JAMnews’ questions
How will the people “be prepared for peace” against the background of the escalation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border?
"What happened is a great loss for both sides" - consultant of International Crisis Group Zaur Shiriev
Op-ed: what really happened in the July fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan, what are the results?
Recent fighting on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border is surrounded by more questions than answers
The country has hundreds of new cases every day. The situation has remained the same for weeks. Doctors are hesitant to say that the virus is retreating
Three reasons for the sudden escalation of violence on the border of Armenia and Azerbaijan
The coronavirus pandemic has led Abkhazia to an economic crisis. But this could spur reforms that will reduce dependence on Russian funding
A step forward in protecting women's rights? Debates over gender quotas rage
The opposition assesses the attempts of the ‘revolutionary’ government of Armenia to strengthen the sovereignty of the country and resist external pressure as ‘anti-Russian’