Perhaps the solution is the legalization of Georgian-Abkhazian trade
Inal Khashig, Sukhum
Has the Georgian law on occupied territories worked out in Russia’s favour?
Commentary: murders, blasts, political volte-faces and theatre revival
The motivation – to win the 2019 presidential election together
The authorities are the biggest obstacle when it comes to enforcing the law in Abkhazia
Op-Ed: “My great grandfather, Selyku Khashig, was a Muslim” – the story of a religious oasis in Abkhazia
Abkhaz has never experienced interfaith intolerance; however, now they may be seeing the first signs of it
The accused are sure that the authorities have everything backwards: they’ve done everything in their power to make Abkhazia stronger
‘This politician is like a boxer, who counts on the power of his crushing blows rather than technique’
When moral principles are unpopular, the consequences won’t be long in coming.
The rise in crime possibly linked to a Russian-Abkhazian information centre
Whatever the answer, it’s high time to rehabilitate the journalist
Forecasts and expectations, which were discussed on social media, have fallen flat
Georgians are unlikely to be granted citizenship, since Gal's newly elected MP opposes this idea
But few oppositionists in Parliament will be counterbalanced by quality and experience
The new parliament is going to be very heterogeneous, prompting hopes of positive political change.
About the prospects of the young opposition that has got seats in Parliament for the first time, and also, about the prospects of the Parliament, in general
About influential factors and figures in Abkhazia
Trans-Caucasus railway: no beginning, no end