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Analysis | Ten years after a deadly crackdown in Armenia, will history repeat itself?

On 1 March 2008, 10 people died when police broke up protests. Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan is now once again raising the spectre of 1 March.

Analysis | Ten years after a deadly crackdown in Armenia, will history repeat itself?

By Peter Liakhov

On 1 March 2008, 10 people died when police broke up protests. Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan is now once again raising the spectre of 1 March.

26/03/2018

Analysis | Women are significantly less likely to go out to eat in Georgia

CRRC-Georgia examines what most affects people’s likelihood of eating in restaurants.

Analysis | Women are significantly less likely to go out to eat in Georgia

By CRRC

CRRC-Georgia examines what most affects people’s likelihood of eating in restaurants.

5/03/2018

Analysis | Polarisation in Georgia’s media landscape

CRRC-Georgia examines the relationship between party affiliation and trust in different media outlets.

Analysis | Polarisation in Georgia’s media landscape

By David Sichinava

CRRC-Georgia examines the relationship between party affiliation and trust in different media outlets.

22/02/2018

19/02/2018

Analysis | As many Georgians think the West spreads propaganda as Russia

CRRC-Georgia examines people’s perceptions of Western and Russian ‘propaganda’, and how these perceptions might shape their views.

Analysis | As many Georgians think the West spreads propaganda as Russia

By CRRC

CRRC-Georgia examines people’s perceptions of Western and Russian ‘propaganda’, and how these perceptions might shape their views.

19/01/2018

Analysis | Total war: Karabakh’s militarised social democracy

With money from abroad, Karabakh mixes low taxes with generous social welfare in an ever more militarised way.

Analysis | Total war: Karabakh’s militarised social democracy

By Aleksey S Antimonov

With money from abroad, Karabakh mixes low taxes with generous social welfare in an ever more militarised way.

15/01/2018

Analysis | One in six in Georgia think the country is a member of the EU

According to a new survey from CRRC-Georgia, ethnic Georgians and women are the most likely to mistakenly believe they are living in the EU.

Analysis | One in six in Georgia think the country is a member of the EU

By CRRC

According to a new survey from CRRC-Georgia, ethnic Georgians and women are the most likely to mistakenly believe they are living in the EU.

3/01/2018

Analysis | Second-rate development — why 12 died in a luxury hotel in Batumi

While a lack of government oversight give investors a free hand, local activists are fighting back.

Analysis | Second-rate development — why 12 died in a luxury hotel in Batumi

By Tatuli Chubabria

While a lack of government oversight give investors a free hand, local activists are fighting back.

14/12/2017

6/12/2017