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#Russian invasion of Ukraine

Shattered glass at the Kharkiv train station

Baku-born Islam Melikov has lived in Kharkiv for three decades. OC Media spoke about his escape from the city and his thoughts on the war at a refugee shelter in Poland

Shattered glass at the Kharkiv train station

By Peter Liakhov

Baku-born Islam Melikov has lived in Kharkiv for three decades. OC Media spoke about his escape from the city and his thoughts on the war at a refugee shelter in Poland

Georgia’s former defence minister goes to war

A former Defence Minister of Georgia, Irakli Okruashvili, is now fighting on the front lines defending Kyiv.

Georgia’s former defence minister goes to war

By Tata Shoshiashvili

A former Defence Minister of Georgia, Irakli Okruashvili, is now fighting on the front lines defending Kyiv.

Datablog | Georgians want immigration restrictions for Russians

Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, there has been an outflow of Russians to the South Caucasus.

Datablog | Georgians want immigration restrictions for Russians

By Dustin Gilbreath

Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, there has been an outflow of Russians to the South Caucasus.

Azerbaijani student reportedly captured by Russian troops in Mariupol

A 20-year-old Azerbaijani student was reportedly captured by Chechen troops in the embattled Ukrainian city of Mariupol.

Azerbaijani student reportedly captured by Russian troops in Mariupol

A 20-year-old Azerbaijani student was reportedly captured by Chechen troops in the embattled Ukrainian city of Mariupol.

Opinion | Russia’s war could spell trouble for Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh

An isolated and resurgent Russia has troubling implications for the sovereignty of Armenia and security in Nagorno Karabakh.

Opinion | Russia’s war could spell trouble for Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh

By Tigran Grigoryan

An isolated and resurgent Russia has troubling implications for the sovereignty of Armenia and security in Nagorno Karabakh.

Armenian communists and peace activists hold competing Ukraine protests 

Over the weekend Yerevan saw the largest pro-war and anti-war protests since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Armenian communists and peace activists hold competing Ukraine protests 

Over the weekend Yerevan saw the largest pro-war and anti-war protests since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Opinion | Georgian Dream’s Ukrainian nightmare

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is forcing Georgia’s rulers to make some tough choices.

Opinion | Georgian Dream’s Ukrainian nightmare

By Matt Smith

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is forcing Georgia’s rulers to make some tough choices.

Evictions surge as rents skyrocket in Yerevan and Tbilisi

The unprecedented increase in the cost of rent has been driven primarily by migration out of Russia following the country’s invasion of Ukraine.

Evictions surge as rents skyrocket in Yerevan and Tbilisi

By Ani Avetisyan

The unprecedented increase in the cost of rent has been driven primarily by migration out of Russia following the country’s invasion of Ukraine.

Violence sparks fear of new war among Nagorno-Karabakh residents  

Some Armenian residents of Nagorno-Karabakh fear an attack by Azerbaijan may be imminent. 

Violence sparks fear of new war among Nagorno-Karabakh residents  

Some Armenian residents of Nagorno-Karabakh fear an attack by Azerbaijan may be imminent. 

Datablog | Georgians want their government to support Ukraine

 The Russian invasion of Ukraine shook Georgia, and new polling from CRRC Georgia reveals the extent of the political fallout so far.

Datablog | Georgians want their government to support Ukraine

By The Caucasus Datablog

 The Russian invasion of Ukraine shook Georgia, and new polling from CRRC Georgia reveals the extent of the political fallout so far.

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