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Aslan Bzhaniya elected president of Abkhazia 

Bzhaniya won 57% of votes according to the official results, far ahead of his nearest rival Adgur Ardzinba.

Aslan Bzhaniya elected president of Abkhazia 

Bzhaniya won 57% of votes according to the official results, far ahead of his nearest rival Adgur Ardzinba.

Do Georgians understand what gender equality means?

Research by CRRC-Georgia suggests a majority of people do not know what ‘feminism’ is.

Do Georgians understand what gender equality means?

Research by CRRC-Georgia suggests a majority of people do not know what ‘feminism’ is.

Supreme Court orders review after Circassian stripped of Russian residency

The Court overturned a decision to strip a Circassian Turk of his right to live in Russia, ordering a local court to hear his appeal.

Supreme Court orders review after Circassian stripped of Russian residency

The Court overturned a decision to strip a Circassian Turk of his right to live in Russia, ordering a local court to hear his appeal.

Keeping up with the Pashinyans: Armenia’s first month after the revolution

One month after Armenia’s Velvet Revolution brought an end to about two decades of Republican Party rule, Nikol Pashinyan’s government has inspired hope among many, but also has a lot of promises to fulfil.

Keeping up with the Pashinyans: Armenia’s first month after the revolution

One month after Armenia’s Velvet Revolution brought an end to about two decades of Republican Party rule, Nikol Pashinyan’s government has inspired hope among many, but also has a lot of promises to fulfil.

Five data points about homophobia in Georgia five years after a homophobic riot

Five years after a homophobic riot in Tbilisi, CRRC examines the levels of homophobia in Georgia.

Five data points about homophobia in Georgia five years after a homophobic riot

Five years after a homophobic riot in Tbilisi, CRRC examines the levels of homophobia in Georgia.

Pashinyan vows Armenian protest to continue as Karapetyan cancels meeting again

Armenia’s parliament is set elect a new prime minister on 1 May.

Pashinyan vows Armenian protest to continue as Karapetyan cancels meeting again

Armenia’s parliament is set elect a new prime minister on 1 May.

Georgia’s Agara sugar factory to be reopened after workers march

Workers had marched 110 kilometres from Agara to Tbilisi, in protest at the factory’s closure.

Georgia’s Agara sugar factory to be reopened after workers march

Workers had marched 110 kilometres from Agara to Tbilisi, in protest at the factory’s closure.

As thousands rally for a ‘Velvet Revolution’ — Serzh Sargsyan is not yet relinquishing his grasp on power

Whatever the outcome of the protests, one thing seems clear, discontent against Sargsyan’s rule has become more pronounced than ever before.

As thousands rally for a ‘Velvet Revolution’ — Serzh Sargsyan is not yet relinquishing his grasp on power

Whatever the outcome of the protests, one thing seems clear, discontent against Sargsyan’s rule has become more pronounced than ever before.

The EaP Summit promised no ‘golden carrot’ — what should Georgia do?

The summit was a disappointment for Georgia, and plans now need to be made on how best to push forward towards the goal of EU membership.

The EaP Summit promised no ‘golden carrot’ — what should Georgia do?

The summit was a disappointment for Georgia, and plans now need to be made on how best to push forward towards the goal of EU membership.

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