Experts attribute migration to the impact of the 2020 Nagorny Karabakh war and rising rental prices in Yerevan.
Experts note that the conflict and still-volatile security may be behind the rise of a skewed ratio between boys and girls.
Visits by the Russian elite and resumption of direct flights have angered many Georgians.
Statements recognising Azerbaijan’s territorial integrity signal painful decisions may lie ahead.
Economy is in freefall, with inflation soaring and unemployment on the rise.
The influx of Russian exiles have pushed the cost of living up, while Tbilisi’s trade ties with Moscow have expanded.
Despite conservative social norms that mean girls can wed as young as 14, drop-out rates are declining.
The presidential contest looms large over the South Caucasus region and the outcome will have a profound impact in Yerevan and Baku.
Kremlin narratives have co-opted history and propagated a distorted memory of the Soviet past.
A worsening media environment and rising physical and professional threats have left many feeling unsafe.