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Azerbaijan: Wedding Turning into Political Scandal

09/2020

The wedding of the granddaughter of the president’s administration “grey cardinal” resulted in a high-profile political scandal in the country. As for international environment, all processes are still revolving around July border clashes with Armenia. 

Belarus Elections: International Implications

09/2020

How Europe, Russia, and the Eastern Partnership countries react to news from Belarus: torture, rape, and murder of peaceful demonstrators.

Ukraine: Hot July before Political Summer Break

08/2020

The last month before the political summer break brought some significant developments. The head of Ukraine’s National Bank resigned  which brought about stirring up the currency market. Meanwhile, the attempts to make amendments to the legislation on education spawned tensions in the hot language issue.

Moldova: Economy Remains Fragile and Domestic Stability Volatile

08/2020

As Moldovan struggle to overcome pandemic continues both in healthcare and economy, political situation heats up in the face of upcoming elections.

Georgia: First Parliamentarian Candidates are Registered

08/2020

Georgia is entering an active phase of the parliamentary election campaign. While the ruling party has already presented some of the candidates, the opposition failed to unite.

Belarus: Pre-Election Repressions and Economic Voluntarism

08/2020

The public uprising was met with unprecedented repressions. The EU sanctions and economic problems caused by voluntaristic decisions of authorities are on the horizon.

Armenia: COVID-19 Eases, but Armenia is Badly Shaken

08/2020

With rare good news in the challenge to manage the public health crisis created by the coronavirus pandemic, the Armenian government moved forward with plans to further reopen the economy and is likely to not extend the state of emergency as statistics revealed a consistent decline in daily cases of infection.

Azerbaijan: Authorities’ War on Two Fronts

08/2020

In July domestic and foreign policies in Azerbaijan were all about the military actions that took place on the state border with Armenia.

Border Tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan: Military and Political Implications

08/2020

On July 12, 2020, the situation on one border between Armenia and Azerbaijan dramatically deteriorated and resulted in clashes. Such large-scale actions have not taken place since April 2016 (the events known as the “four-day war”).

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