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Meet the illustrators who still criticize the government in an age of muzzled media.
Although the Russian soldiers appear to be doing the heavy lifting in Crimea, the constellation of volunteer 'self-defense' groups have been the face of the occupation.
Although most Russians back the Kremlin’s invasion, some are skeptical that joining Moscow will solve their problems.
The former Soviet republic’s rapprochement with its neighbors is changing politics in the region.
As a bitter rivalry between the country’s leaders fades, a mysterious equity fund is raising questions about the future.
Georgia and Armenia are rolling out the carpet for Copts fleeing violence and discrimination at home, but they face serious obstacles to settling down.
The largest non-NATO contributor of troops to Afghanistan, tiny Georgia hopes its efforts will improve its chances for membership. Now more Georgians are questioning the logic.
Anti-gay mobs and opposition arrests are raising concerns about the country’s direction since a new government took power last year.
The legacy of the world's first drone war is shaped in part by US precedent.
Armenia and Azerbaijan could soon be at war if drone proliferation on both sides of the border continues.
Georgians vote for parliament on Monday in what’s being closely watched as a test of the country’s democratic reforms.
Residents of a remote valley dispute Tbilisi’s claims it killed more than 10 Islamist fighters in a shootout last week.
A Stratfor email exchange suggests the two traded drone intel on Georgia and Iran.
The Middle East and the West aren't the only regions that would be hit by an Iran-Israel war.
Crowds that Georgian police violently dispersed complain that the Saakashvili government's reforms have not helped them.