If Aslan Bzhania had a list of problems and a development plan before coming to power, he now will have to develop a new one, as the coronavirus epidemic has undermined the economy and changed the playing field
Inal Khashig, Sukhum
How to get out of the deadlock of the opposition controlling the presidential administration but the president not intending to resign
Overview of five of the most important events in Abkhazia in 2019
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?
Raul Khajimba has, it seems, just one way of calmly serving through his second term – coming to an agreement with the opposition about reforms
All the details about the elections, candidates, behind-the-scenes intrigues – and also why the court will not allow the results of these elections to be contested, even if the opposition protests
With whom will the former president of Abkhazia side – and for what price?
Incumbent President Raul Khajimba will go up against opposition candidate Kvincia
The meeting between Vladimir Putin and Raul Khajimba should be looked at in the context of the upcoming presidential elections in Abkhazia – Russia has made its choice, experts say
After a series of extraordinary events, including the alleged poisoning of the opposition leader, there is no clear-cut favorite in the elections.
…and if Aslan Bzhania was poisoned, then who poisoned him and why?
The Abkhaz opposition’s leader is in the hospital, and the elections will take place in just three months
It’s the same old game: candidates’ ‘loyal supporters’ are simply creditors ‘investing’ in the presidential elections as one would in a very profitable business
The ‘Ukrainian way’ for the Abkhaz Church, and what choices does the Georgian Church have in this difficult situation?
Commentary: People are literally queuing up to receive a presidential award instead of thinking how they could do something really useful
Op-ed: Syria recognized Abkhazia out of gratitude towards Russia. How will this help Abkhazia to develop?
Abkhazia urgently needs a proper economic program which will help overcome the crisis
Perhaps the solution is the legalization of Georgian-Abkhazian trade
Has the Georgian law on occupied territories worked out in Russia’s favour?