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Opinion | Will Georgia follow Poland in the global right-wing revolution?

Blaming Russia alone for the anti-Pride pogrom misses key domestic factors — the same ones that fuelled the likes of Orbán, Kaczyński, and Trump. 

Opinion | Will Georgia follow Poland in the global right-wing revolution?

By Dominik K Cagara

Blaming Russia alone for the anti-Pride pogrom misses key domestic factors — the same ones that fuelled the likes of Orbán, Kaczyński, and Trump. 

23/06/2021

Opinion | Making love is a burden in Azerbaijan

The Azerbaijani government has failed in its duty to protect the privacy of its citizens. 

Opinion | Making love is a burden in Azerbaijan

By Zhala Bayramova

The Azerbaijani government has failed in its duty to protect the privacy of its citizens. 

11/06/2021

Opinion | How Azerbaijan’s media ignores anti-queer violence

The media’s silence in the face of a surge of anti-queer violence is nothing less than complicity with it. 

Opinion | How Azerbaijan’s media ignores anti-queer violence

By Vahid Aliyev

The media’s silence in the face of a surge of anti-queer violence is nothing less than complicity with it. 

14/05/2021

Opinion | The war did not save us

Contrary to the beliefs of some, victory in the war did not uplift the collective psyche of the Azerbaijani public nor empower civil society.

Opinion | The war did not save us

By Narmin Shahmarzadeh

Contrary to the beliefs of some, victory in the war did not uplift the collective psyche of the Azerbaijani public nor empower civil society.

5/05/2021

Opinion | On the apologists of Baku’s Military Trophy Park

Even the defenders of the shameful Trophy Park are forced to rely on false and disingenuous comparisons to justify its existence.  

Opinion | On the apologists of Baku’s Military Trophy Park

By Javid Agha

Even the defenders of the shameful Trophy Park are forced to rely on false and disingenuous comparisons to justify its existence.  

29/04/2021

Opinion | Iran, a loser in the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War?

Despite surface appearances, Iran may have much to gain in the new post-war political order in the South Caucasus.

Opinion | Iran, a loser in the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War?

By Rovshan Mammadli

Despite surface appearances, Iran may have much to gain in the new post-war political order in the South Caucasus.

5/04/2021

Opinion | In Azerbaijan sex is a weapon

An activist who was targeted in Azerbaijan’s recent wave of sexual blackmail speaks out. 

Opinion | In Azerbaijan sex is a weapon

By Narmin Shahmarzadeh

An activist who was targeted in Azerbaijan’s recent wave of sexual blackmail speaks out. 

17/03/2021

Opinion | Armenia stands at a dangerous moral crossroads

If Armenia is to overcome the present crisis, the country’s quiet majority must spearhead a national moral conversion.

Opinion | Armenia stands at a dangerous moral crossroads

By Viktorya Muradyan

If Armenia is to overcome the present crisis, the country’s quiet majority must spearhead a national moral conversion.

Opinion | The toxic masculinity of Georgia’s gangster prince

The sexist tropes parroted by Bera Ivanishvili tell us a lot about how gender and power operate in Georgia.

Opinion | The toxic masculinity of Georgia’s gangster prince

By Maia Nukri Tabidze

The sexist tropes parroted by Bera Ivanishvili tell us a lot about how gender and power operate in Georgia.

5/03/2021

Opinion | Are Azerbaijan and Turkey moving towards ‘one nation, one state’? 

But could the commonly expressed adage of one nation two states be transforming into an even closer union?

Opinion | Are Azerbaijan and Turkey moving towards ‘one nation, one state’? 

By Rovshan Mammadli

But could the commonly expressed adage of one nation two states be transforming into an even closer union?

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