COLCHIS: Georgia’s Karabakh conundrum

Alexander Scrivener of the Eurasia Democratic Security Network October 22, 2020

As the death toll mounts among both Armenians and Azeris in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh, the situation in nearby Georgia feels a million miles away. In the throes of both a parliamentary election and a growing Covid-19 epidemic, the fact

Azerbaijan accuses Armenia of attempted cluster rocket attack on oil and gas pipelines

bne IntelIiNews October 7, 2020

Yerevan calls Baku’s claim “outright lies”. Markets nervous successful strike could wreck plan to export Azerbaijani oil to European Union from November.

Disasters in the making

Will Conroy in Prague September 19, 2020

Iran, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan among countries ranked most vulnerable by inaugural edition of Ecological Threat Register.

Georgia experiences its first wave of COVID-19

Giorgi Lomsadze for Eurasianet September 18, 2020

With their borders still largely closed, Georgians hit the beach and let their guard down. The epidemiological result was inevitable.

Saakashvili returning to fray in Georgian general election defying critics who see move as own goal

Iulian Ernst in Bucharest September 8, 2020

Calls for a consensus candidate ignored as UNM attempts to galvanise opposition to ruling Georgian Dream with exiled ex-president.