The national railways company is seeking a financial adviser on financing and refinancing amid growing anxiety over outstanding debt in Azerbaijan.
What happened to the colour revolutions in Georgia, Kyrgyzstan and Ukraine? All are in retreat in one way or another, and none have delivered on their promise of deep change and a better life.
Critics allege Tbilisi connived in kidnapping of dissident back to Azerbaijan to curry favour with oil-rich neighbour.
Two sides have found no momentum in talks over Nagorno-Karabakh breakaway region, warns International Crisis Group.
Case of journalist Afghan Mukhtarli, who was investigating business interests of Azerbaijan's President Aliyev, raises questions over Tbilisi's commitment to human rights.
With Baku struggling to deal with the IBA default, officials apply extraordinary measures to Unibank, AtaBank, DemirBank and two unknown others.
Investment by the development bank would give a vote of confidence to Demirbank as the Azerbaijani banking sector is rocked by IBA default.
Azerbaijan government tries to force creditors to share losses from insolvent bank's open currency positions.