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GeorgiaJournalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
IWPR event to host expert discussion on the current conflict and prospects for the future.
Prevented from fighting for Karabakh, diaspora community sends aid and funding.
Leaders on both sides look to leverage short-term gains in the upcoming polls.
Even the dim hope of democracy defeating Russian domination excites our own future prospects.
With the checkpoint closed, some residents of Abkhazia are risking their lives to access services.
29 Mar 19
Treaty organisation will not allow Russia to influence accession.
31 Jan 19
Winning article follows the struggles of an ethnically-mixed village.
8 Dec 18
Specialists develop innovative tools for eco-friendly journalism.
27 Nov 18
Bruising rivalry between two political camps has led to an ugly war of words.
15 Nov 18
Ex-sec gen says that only firm transatlantic unity can rein in Russia.
7 Nov 18
Even a decade later, Tbilisi and its allies can strengthen their deterrence and resilience.
21 May 18
What was behind the demonstrations that led to the brink of “civil war”?
31 Oct 17
Regional stations continue to play a key role addressing local issues and reaching community audiences.
1 Jun 17
Investigative reporter forcibly returned to unknown fate at hands of security services.
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