Fears that official hostility may be fuelling dangers to independent journalism.
Experts fear that the Covid-19 crisis may deal a fatal blow to some independent outlets.
Warnings that new legislation will have a chilling effect on independent media.
Border changes and simmering tensions leaves those continuing to document life in the region under threat.
Pandemic restrictions mean that many face arrest or serious harm if they try to cross into Tbilisi-controlled territory.
The regime is exploiting social media to inflict reputational damage on its critics.
Early elections and a new chief-of-staff unlikely to resolve ongoing crisis.
Inadequate infrastructure and miscommunication have dogged more than a year of remote schooling.
Tbilisi hopes that 800 million US dollar investment will boost energy security and provide jobs, but activists say the risks are enormous.
“The pandemic also gave me a chance for a future.”