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Caucasus

Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

Global Voices

24 Oct 19
The church, politicians and even medical professionals often oppose the procedure.
Philip Breedlove, former commander of NATO Allied Command Operations. Photo: Leli Blagonravova/EPRC
Interview
20 Sep 19
Former US general praises army’s capacity and “absolutely superior” soldiers.
A young mother holds her child in Tbilisi. (Photo: Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)
6 Sep 19
Sociologists and mothers believe that the time has come to break their silence over debilitiating condition.
Nikoloz Datunashvili spends hours every day walking to collect water. (Photo: IWPR)
20 Aug 19
Despite millions spent by the state and international donors, there is still poor access to proper sanitation.
Former US diplomat Matthew Bryza. (Photo: Alex Wong/GettyImages)
Interview
20 Aug 19
Infrastructure project will have enormous political, economic and security impact.
Women walk through Azerbaijan's capital Baku. (Photo: Oleg Nikishin/Getty Images)
16 Aug 19
Female reporters routinely intimidated by blackmail, sexual assault and harassment.
Animal identification carried out by the National Food Agency. (Photo: Zviad Asanishvili)
14 Aug 19
Regulation remains a challenge in a country of small producers.
Mikheil Saakashvili, former Georgian president, seen here at the UN General Assembly on September 24, 2013. (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
7 Aug 19
The international community blamed for a succession of events that led to the 2008 conflict.
Mikheil Saakashvili, former Georgian president, in conversation with Vazha Tavberidze, an IWPR contributor in Georgia. (Photo: IWPR)
Interview
7 Aug 19
Former President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili opens up over the disappointments, betrayals and deals made in the run-up to the 2008 war.
Ghia Nodia, a professor of political science in Georgia's Ilia State University. (Photo courtesy of G. Nodia)
Comment
26 Jul 19
Even in developing democracies, political institutions remain vulnerable to capture by the super-rich.

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