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7/06/2023

Podcast | Blank posters and phallic puns: how to get arrested in Georgia

Mariam Nikuradze talks about the detention of protesters for holding ‘offensive’ signs, and Guram Imnadze talks about the legality of their detention.

Podcast | Blank posters and phallic puns: how to get arrested in Georgia

Mariam Nikuradze talks about the detention of protesters for holding ‘offensive’ signs, and Guram Imnadze talks about the legality of their detention.

2/06/2023

Podcast | Where are the Armenia–Azerbaijan peace talks going?

Bahruz Samadov and Tigran Grigoryan talk about the current state of the Armenia–Azerbaijan peace talks.

Podcast | Where are the Armenia–Azerbaijan peace talks going?

Bahruz Samadov and Tigran Grigoryan talk about the current state of the Armenia–Azerbaijan peace talks.

25/05/2023

Podcast | North Caucasians fighting in Ukraine and remembering the Circassian Genocide

The impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on the North Caucasus, and the current state of Circassian activism.

Podcast | North Caucasians fighting in Ukraine and remembering the Circassian Genocide

The impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on the North Caucasus, and the current state of Circassian activism.

18/05/2023

Podcast | A view of the Turkish elections from Azerbaijan and Armenia

OC Media speaks to Azerbaijani and Armenian political analysts about how the Turkish elections might affect their respective countries.

Podcast | A view of the Turkish elections from Azerbaijan and Armenia

OC Media speaks to Azerbaijani and Armenian political analysts about how the Turkish elections might affect their respective countries.

10/05/2023

Podcast | Does a free press exist in Azerbaijan?

OC Media speaks to Azerbaijani journalists about how the government’s policies constrain media freedom in Azerbaijan or force journalists into exile.

Podcast | Does a free press exist in Azerbaijan?

OC Media speaks to Azerbaijani journalists about how the government’s policies constrain media freedom in Azerbaijan or force journalists into exile.

27/04/2023

Podcast | The future of Nagorno-Karabakh

The establishment of an Azerbaijani checkpoint at the start of the Lachin Corridor and what it might mean for Nagorno-Karabakh.

Podcast | The future of Nagorno-Karabakh

The establishment of an Azerbaijani checkpoint at the start of the Lachin Corridor and what it might mean for Nagorno-Karabakh.

19/04/2023

Podcast | Tumso fakes his death and Shukhuti plays leloburti

Why Tumso Abdurakhmanov faked his death and this Easter’s game of leloburti in western Georgia.

Podcast | Tumso fakes his death and Shukhuti plays leloburti

Why Tumso Abdurakhmanov faked his death and this Easter’s game of leloburti in western Georgia.

12/04/2023

Podcast | Insurgency in the North Caucasus and Azerbaijanis grow weary of conflict

The latest battles between gunmen and the authorities in Ingushetia and Azerbaijani reactions to the border clashes with Armenia.

Podcast | Insurgency in the North Caucasus and Azerbaijanis grow weary of conflict

The latest battles between gunmen and the authorities in Ingushetia and Azerbaijani reactions to the border clashes with Armenia.

6/04/2023

Podcast | Senior Georgian judges sanctioned by US and Russia’s ban on Armenian dairy products

US sanctions on four senior Georgian judges and Russia’s ban on Armenian dairy products.

Podcast | Senior Georgian judges sanctioned by US and Russia’s ban on Armenian dairy products

US sanctions on four senior Georgian judges and Russia’s ban on Armenian dairy products.

30/03/2023

Podcast | Exclusionary nationalism in Azerbaijan and getting away with sexual harassment in Georgia

The Azerbaijani regime’s exclusion of anti-war critics and Armenians, and the sexual harassment accusations against Shalva Ramishvili.

Podcast | Exclusionary nationalism in Azerbaijan and getting away with sexual harassment in Georgia

The Azerbaijani regime’s exclusion of anti-war critics and Armenians, and the sexual harassment accusations against Shalva Ramishvili.

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