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Opinion | Azerbaijan needs an alternative to nationalist militarism

Civil society must step up and propose a progressive alternative to Baku’s rule — one that challenges the nationalist militarism at its core.

Opinion | Azerbaijan needs an alternative to nationalist militarism

By Bahruz Samadov

Civil society must step up and propose a progressive alternative to Baku’s rule — one that challenges the nationalist militarism at its core.

1/03/2023

Opinion | Greenwashing a blockade

It is clear that the ‘eco-protesters’ blocking the Lachin Corridor were put there by Baku.

Opinion | Greenwashing a blockade

By Bashir Kitachayev

It is clear that the ‘eco-protesters’ blocking the Lachin Corridor were put there by Baku.

27/02/2023

Editorial | Only decisive action can save Georgia’s democracy

Georgia’s foreign agent law could spell the beginning of the end for Georgia’s experiment with democracy — unless decisive action is taken.

Editorial | Only decisive action can save Georgia’s democracy

By OC Media

Georgia’s foreign agent law could spell the beginning of the end for Georgia’s experiment with democracy — unless decisive action is taken.

10/10/2022

Opinion | Russia’s shifting interests are leaving Armenia out to dry

Russia is reneging on its long-term alliance with Armenia, in favour of closer ties with Azerbaijan and Turkey

Opinion | Russia’s shifting interests are leaving Armenia out to dry

By Tigran Grigoryan

Russia is reneging on its long-term alliance with Armenia, in favour of closer ties with Azerbaijan and Turkey

23/09/2022

Opinion | Armenia’s old allies have failed it, new ones have yet to appear

Yerevan’s long-running alliance with Moscow has become increasingly meaningless, but it is unclear what alternatives are available to Armenia.

Opinion | Armenia’s old allies have failed it, new ones have yet to appear

By Ani Avetisyan

Yerevan’s long-running alliance with Moscow has become increasingly meaningless, but it is unclear what alternatives are available to Armenia.

22/09/2022

Opinion | Georgia must continue to welcome those fleeing Russian repression

The US Ambassador to Georgia, Kelly Degnan, argues that Georgia must continue to welcome those seeking refuge from Russian repression, and that it is now critical to redouble support for Ukraine.

Opinion | Georgia must continue to welcome those fleeing Russian repression

By Kelly Degnan

The US Ambassador to Georgia, Kelly Degnan, argues that Georgia must continue to welcome those seeking refuge from Russian repression, and that it is now critical to redouble support for Ukraine.

14/09/2022

Opinion | The war never ended; the peace process never existed

There can be no lasting peace with Armenians until Azerbaijanis reject violent nationalism.

Opinion | The war never ended; the peace process never existed

By Bahruz Samadov

There can be no lasting peace with Armenians until Azerbaijanis reject violent nationalism.

9/09/2022

Opinion | Local voices were ignored in the auctioning of Racha's forests

Residents of Racha discovered that forests covering almost a third of their region had been auctioned off to a private owner only after the deal had been closed.

Opinion | Local voices were ignored in the auctioning of Racha's forests

By Salome Kobalava

Residents of Racha discovered that forests covering almost a third of their region had been auctioned off to a private owner only after the deal had been closed.

18/08/2022

Opinion | Women with disabilities have the same right to a private life as anyone else

In Georgia, the social stigmas around disabilities combine with patriarchal attitudes in destructive ways.

Opinion | Women with disabilities have the same right to a private life as anyone else

By Esma Gumberidze

In Georgia, the social stigmas around disabilities combine with patriarchal attitudes in destructive ways.

11/08/2022

Opinion | Who benefits from dragging out the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict?

With sporadic violence being met by a constant stream of mutual recriminations, peace between Armenia and Azerbaijan can seem like a murky prospect.

Opinion | Who benefits from dragging out the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict?

By Bashir Kitachayev

With sporadic violence being met by a constant stream of mutual recriminations, peace between Armenia and Azerbaijan can seem like a murky prospect.