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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. 

Georgia’s UNM ends boycott but refuses to sign EU-mediated deal

MPs from Georgia’s largest opposition party are to take up their seats ending their six-month boycott of parliament.

Georgia’s UNM ends boycott but refuses to sign EU-mediated deal

MPs from Georgia’s largest opposition party are to take up their seats ending their six-month boycott of parliament.

Leading MEPs threaten to cut financial aid to Georgia over political deadlock

The MEPs said Georgian political leaders ‘should not expect a return to business as usual from the European Union’.

Leading MEPs threaten to cut financial aid to Georgia over political deadlock

The MEPs said Georgian political leaders ‘should not expect a return to business as usual from the European Union’.

EU parliamentarians warn of ‘crisis in democracy’ in Georgia

MEPs took aim at both the government and opposition in at times scathing comments about Georgia’s political crisis.

EU parliamentarians warn of ‘crisis in democracy’ in Georgia

MEPs took aim at both the government and opposition in at times scathing comments about Georgia’s political crisis.

Analysis | Can ‘New Armenia’ disentangle democratic change from geopolitics?

The government of the ‘New Armenia’ has a delicate balancing act to perform in its relations with Russia and the West.

Analysis | Can ‘New Armenia’ disentangle democratic change from geopolitics?

By Mikayel Zolyan

The government of the ‘New Armenia’ has a delicate balancing act to perform in its relations with Russia and the West.

Opinion | The EU Parliament makes it clear — no deal for Azerbaijan unless it improves its rights record

The Commission should now follow through with a clear message — Azerbaijan’s crackdown on dissent must end and political prisoners freed.

Opinion | The EU Parliament makes it clear — no deal for Azerbaijan unless it improves its rights record

By Philippe Dam

The Commission should now follow through with a clear message — Azerbaijan’s crackdown on dissent must end and political prisoners freed.

Abkhazia denounces Georgia peace initiative, US and EU offer support

The Abkhazian Foreign Minister said Georgia was ‘masking its true intentions’, while the Dutch and German ambassadors called the initiative ‘brave’.

Abkhazia denounces Georgia peace initiative, US and EU offer support

The Abkhazian Foreign Minister said Georgia was ‘masking its true intentions’, while the Dutch and German ambassadors called the initiative ‘brave’.

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