FINTECH: Businesses move beyond early learning stage of blockchain

Nicholas Watson in Prague June 22, 2017

Businesses in the US appear to be moving beyond merely learning about blockchain and are now increasingly interested in piloting projects using the technology.

MOSCOW BLOG: Where did all the colour revolutions go?

Ben Aris in Berlin June 9, 2017

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.

CAUCASUS BLOG: Georgia struggles to balance regional realpolitik with EU ambitions

Carmen Valache in Lund June 7, 2017

Critics allege Tbilisi connived in kidnapping of dissident back to Azerbaijan to curry favour with oil-rich neighbour.

Dissident abducted in Georgia resurfaces in Azerbaijani jail

bne IntelliNews June 1, 2017

Case of journalist Afghan Mukhtarli, who was investigating business interests of Azerbaijan's President Aliyev, raises questions over Tbilisi's commitment to human rights.

Planned constitutional amendments rock Georgia’s political boat

Carmen Valache in Lund May 26, 2017

Proposals for radical constitutional amendments continue to divide society as consultation period approaches its end.