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Byline Times, Why Armenia’s Latest Anti-Government Movement Failed and What South Caucasus Conflicts Reveal About Future of Global Politics, July 15, 2024

Byline Times, A Growing Spectre of Azerbaijani Irredentism Hangs Over COP29, July 8, 2024

Byline Times, ‘A New Iron Curtain’: Georgia-China Port Deal will ‘Have Immense Consequences for the Region’, Lawyer Suggests, July 2, 2024

Byline Times, Having Outlawed Foreign Influence, Georgian Dream Initiates Anti-LGBTQ+ Law, June 24, 2024

Byline Times, Meet Zviad ‘Khareba’ Kharazishvili, Georgia’s Alleged Minister for State Violence, June 18, 2024

Byline Times, Georgian Officials Accused of ‘Whitewashing’ State Violence With Trip to London, June 7, 2024

Byline Times, UK Government Accused of Allowing Georgia’s ‘Pro-Russian’ Drift After Foreign Influence Law Passed, May 30, 2024

Byline Times, Georgian Dream Pass ‘Foreign Influence’ law ‘Completing its Seizure of Power’ After Weeks of Violent Protests, May 28, 2024

Byline Times, Explained: What Could Happen if Georgian Dream Is Ousted Over the ‘Foreign Agents’ Bill As Final Vote Set to Take Place, May 25, 2024

New Lines Magazine, NATO Helped Georgia Counter Russian Trolls. Then the Strategy Backfired, May 24, 2024

Byline Times, Georgian President’s Veto of ‘Russian Law’ Sets Stage for Government’s Showdown with Western Partners, May 18, 2024

Byline Times, Secret Talks on Opposition ‘Coalition’ as Georgian Dream Moves Forward with ‘Foreign Influence’ Law Amid Violent Protests, May 16, 2024

Byline Times, Cracks in the Crackdown? Pressure Mounts on Georgian Dream, May 13, 2024

Byline Times, Our Injuries Will Heal, but the Georgian Government’s Reputation Will Not, May 11, 2024

Byline Times, Georgia’s bid to Muzzle Media and NGO’s and the Russian-Made Oligarch Behind it, April 19, 2024

i newspaper, Street riots and brawling MPs as thousands protest over Georgia’s ‘Russian’ law, April 17, 2024

i newspaper, I’m last named target on Putin’s hitlist, says jailed ex-Georgia PM ‘poisoned by Russia’, April 1, 2024

Meduza, Georgia’s Lazarus: Bidzina Ivanishvili’s latest political comeback and the law of diminishing returns, February 19 2024

New Lines Magazine, A Century Ago, Georgia’s Government-in-Exile Chose a French Estate, December 9 2023

New Lines Magazine, Escaping Russia for the United States, via Mexico, November 9 2023

The New Humanitarian, Winter looms for Nagorno-Karabakh’s (already forgotten) refugees, October 25 2023

New Lines Magazine, How War in Ukraine Has Shifted Fault Lines Across ‘Russia’s Backyard’, October 24 2023

i newspaper, ‘Families have been killed here’: Claims of war crimes in Nagorno-Karabakh, October 15 2023

euronews, A refugee crisis is developing in Armenia. A political crisis will likely quickly follow, October 5 2023

The New European, A spray can is your weapon in Tbilisi, June 7 2023

euronews, The energy crisis prompted the EU to seek closer ties with Azerbaijan. Here's why it's controversial, May 31 2023

Coda Story, People power pushes back ‘Putin’s law’ in Georgia, March 13 2023

i newspaper, Georgia protests explained: What’s behind the riots in Tbilisi and the foreign agents law explained, March 9 2023

New Lines Magazine, How a Priest’s Accusation May Crush Georgia’s EU Dreams, February 7 2023

Byline Times, An Eerie Quiet Along Georgia’s ‘Border’ With South Ossetia, December 22 2022


Byline Times, Amid War in Ukraine, Georgians Push to Recognise Abkhazian ‘Genocide’, November 22 2022

OCCRP, The Savage Years: Credit Suisse and Venezuela’s Toxic Bond Market, March 28 2022

OCCRP, Russian Asset Tracker, March 21 2022

OCCRP, Bank of Spies: Credit Suisse Catered to Global Intelligence Figures, February 20 2022


Hypertext Magazine, November Forest, March 8 2023


Lunate, Arkangel, November 11 2021

Litro, Bitter Lake, July 7 2020

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