Panorama - Caucasus Newspaper
Panorama, a monthly newspaper for the Caucasus, supported by IWPR was published between 2003 and 2008. The paper was the product of a unique collaboration. The newspaper came out in two languages, Georgian and Russian, co-edited by then IWPR Georgia Coordinator Margarita Akhvlediani in Tbilisi, Inal Khashig in Sukhum, Abkhazia and IWPR's former Caucasus Project Coordinator Tom de Waal in London.
While Panorama covered events across the whole of the Caucasus, its central focus was on Georgia and especially on Abkhazia, the breakaway region on the Black Sea. Since the Georgian-Abkhaz war ended in 1993, communication has been difficult between the two populations and they still have far too little information about each other. The title had an established readership on both sides of the conflict divide, with a circulation of around 3,500.
|Jan-Jun Issues||1 - 4||11 - 18||29 - 40||51 - 61||72 - 82||94|
|Jul-Dec Issues||5 - 10||19 - 28||41 - 50||62 - 71||83 - 93|
Panorama archive is available in PDF, in Georgian and Russian.