While Ankara records show “dual-use” goods going to Central Asia and Caucasus, trade registry discrepancies across region indicate items actually go to Russia.
EBRD research shows majority in transition countries believe climate change will severely affect the children of today, but fewer people are willing to pay to address the climate emergency.
The European Commission has recommended that the European Council open accession negotiations with Ukraine.
Releasing enlargement report package, Commission also calls for candidate status for Georgia, but criticises stalling in some longstanding Western Balkan candidate countries.
Brussels seen as wanting to move enlargement along as quickly as possible, despite Georgia's backsliding and failure to fulfil all of its recommendations.
Incident marks the first death on the de-facto border since the brief war over South Ossetia in 2008.
The need to act on other geopolitical fronts should not be a reason for the EU to reduce its attention to enlargement.
Plan proposes that Azerbaijan and Turkey reopen their land borders and connect through several routes passing through Armenia.
Iran used October 23’s so-called “3+3” meeting intended to discuss the Armenian-Azerbaijan situation to urge Russia to thwart a United Nations Security Council resolution on Palestine.
Georgian Dream leader Irakli Kobakhidze has accused Zurabishvili of working against the country's vital interests in meetings with EU leaders.
Ruling party has admitted that they lack the votes to push through president's impeachment.
Red carpet welcome for Hungarian strongman celebrates Georgian ruling party's rightwards shift.
A green light would not be a signal of the ruling Georgian Dream government’s actual preparedness for membership. The criteria that the EU has set for Georgia have not been reached, or even approached, despite the government's boasts.
President Ilham Aliyev emphasised that Georgia's involvement in the peace process between Armenia and Azerbaijan is the most appropriate choice.
Move seen as part of attempts to safeguard Crimean-based fleet from Ukrainian attacks.
Secret service claims the trainers gave lessons on violent protests, picket lines, traffic disruptions, and government building occupations.
To enable enlargement of the bloc from the current 27 members, changes to decision-making processes, agricultural policies and regional aid budgets are being considered.
IMF takes action after a former official close to oligarch Bidzina Ivanishvili was shielded from US sanctions.
High gas prices, China slowdown and shifts in industrial production contribute to slower growth in Central Europe.
TBC and Bank of Georgia reaffirm their commitment to adhere to international sanctions imposed by the EU, the UK, and the U.S., regardless of the National Bank of Georgia's decision.