A step forward in protecting women's rights? Debates over gender quotas rage
There are calls in Russia for unrecognized and partially recognized republics of the former USSR to join the Russian Federation
A portion of US aid to Georgia may be suspended until Georgian authorities take steps to strengthen state institutions and fight corruption
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’
Gagik Tsarukyan denies the charges against him and considers what is happening to be political persecution in response to his call for the resignation of the government
Head of Mtavari Arkhi Gvaramia says the reason for the hit order was Gabunia's cursing of Vladimir Putin last year
Armenia: prominent businessman, opposition leader brought in for questioning, protest breaks out despite epidemic regulations
Gagik Tsarukyan himself and his supporters consider what is happening to be a case of political persecution, and in response to the call of the head of Prosperous Armenia for a change of government
The head of the rural community where the violator was discovered said that he “asked residents to give him housing and work”
The government justified this decision by saying that the situation with coronavirus "continues to threaten the life and health of people"
Saakashvili says he will ‘be on the front line of the fight’ against Georgian Dream party leader Bidzina Ivanishvili
The Armenian government will finance the modernization of nuclear power plants from its own funds
Georgian ruling party head Ivanishvili called ‘Putin's close ally’ in report by American congressmen
13 congressmen demand sanctions be put in place against Bidzina Ivanishvili
The son-in-law of the former Armenian president and the brother-in-law of the current prime minister exchange mutual accusations
The Minister of Internal Affairs of Abkhazia Dmitry Dbar called the quantity of weapons in the population a disaster and suggests revising the legislation
The government maintains that the pandemic is the reason for the reduction in investment, while the opposition claims that it was caused by the distrust of foreign business in the Georgian justice system.
The kidnapped individuals are being held by the KGB
Former political prisoner Qiyas Ibrahimov protested today against the brutality of the Azerbaijani police on the roof of his own home
Parliamentary committees will continue to discuss budget adjustments.
Former leader of the Abkhaz opposition Aslan Bzhania has been president for almost two months, but has not launched a single reform. Abkhazia may face a new crisis
Armenian Prime Minister recovers and returns to work. His return is accompanied by the resignation of several high-ranking security workers.
The Chief of General Staff of the Armed Forces the head of the National Security Council, and head of the police all resigned. And the opposition urges all members of the current administration to resign.
“Do they want to intimidate MPs?" – 200 security officers in camouflage, with arms attended parliament session in South Ossetia
A recent prison scandal in which 20 prisoners cut their veins in protest against the excesses of the prison guards led to a stand off in parliament
“In Azerbaijan, courage alone is not enough” - well-known rights activist on politics in a country where the power structure has remained unchanged for 30 years
Anar Mammadli, head of the Center for Election Monitoring and Democracy Education, tells JAMnews about the problems of the Azerbaijani opposition