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Georgian Parliament with No Opposition

12/2020

The elections did not bring peace to Georgia: the opposition does not recognize their results and refuses to work in the parliament. The protracted political crisis also threatens the economy and relations with international partners.

Crisis in Post-War Armenia

12/2020

After suffering an unexpectedly devastating military defeat in the war for Nagorno-Karabakh, Armenia faced a serious political crisis, with opposition parties and protesters demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and calling for fresh elections. 

Moldova: New President – New Hopes

12/2020

November in the Republic of Moldova was marked by the end of the presidential elections saga. A candidate from the Action and Solidarity Party, Maia Sandu came as a winner.

Belarus: Lukashenko Сalls on “Taking No Captives” and Closes Borders with the EU

12/2020

Lukashenko’s press secretary was involved in the incident leading to the death of a protester. The EU introduces new sanctions while social support is reduced. 

Azerbaijan: War Ended in a Victory

12/2020

In November the war to liberate the occupied territories of Azerbaijan remained the main topic on the agenda of the country’s domestic and foreign policies. 

Presidential Elections in Moldova: Interim Success of Maia Sandu

12/2020

According to the results of the presidential elections in the Republic of Moldova, the former prime minister and leader of the Action and Solidarity Party (PAS) Maia Sandu won with 57.72% of votes.

Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum News October 2020

11/2020

While most of the Eastern Partnership countries adopted a similar range of measures to slow the spread of the virus at the beginning of the crisis in March 2020, their approaches have diverged quite significantly when it comes to reopening the economy and society.

Eastern Partnership as a Test of the EU’s Commitment to Conflicts Resolution

11/2020

The European Union takes a keen interest in strengthening its presence in the region as a mediator and partner in conflict resolution since the launch of the European Neighborhood policy and subsequent reformatting of relations with the Eastern European and South Caucasian states into the Eastern Partnership policy.

How not to Ukraine Fatigue?

11/2020

While inside Ukraine October was marked by some political turbulence, in the international arena the situation was quite stable, if not favorable. It seems that Europe is not as tired of Ukraine as Moscow would like it to be.

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