Augusto Dala Costa on the memory politics imbued in the public naming practices of Georgia's capital.
Since the early 1990s, an interesting phenomenon has emerged in Eastern Europe and the Caucasus – some states that, despite having their own government and state apparatus, lack [...]
As the number of worldwide coronavirus cases nears two million, experts have not shied away from making predictions about the long-term impacts of COVID-19 on the economy and on society, as a [...]
Since 1990, Armenia has lost one quarter of its rural forests to deforestation and illegal logging. Today, the country of stones has less than 10% green coverage. In Armenia and neighboring [...]
Lossi Asks: How Might the COVID-19 Pandemic Affect Attitudes Towards Border Policies in Central and Eastern Europe?
No one in Europe could have possibly missed out on the big news of the moment: the coronavirus is here. With the daily lives of 446 million EU inhabitants affected, the pandemic might constitute [...]
Walking through the corridors of the Faculty of Physics of Yerevan State University (YSU), Lusine, a friend of mine and postgraduate student at the Faculty of International Relations, points to [...]
– MinKavkaz to be abolished. The resignation of Russia’s government on 22 January will have a direct impact on the North Caucasus (also see below), as the federal Ministry of North [...]
– From December 1st through the 8th, the Tbilisi International Film Festival screened a diverse row of movies, from classic and modern Georgian films, such as Inhale-Exhale (Dito [...]