What agendas do different countries have in the South Caucasus after the second Karabakh war?

Who is looking for what in the South Caucasus and why?

You can find the answers to these questions in our series of interviews.

Duration: May - August 2021

Support: UN Armenia


Duration: May - September 2019

Support: Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation (BST) of the G.Marshall Fund

Duration: October 2018- April 2019

Support: EU

Duration: November- December 2018

Support: UN Armenia

About the Project

The project was aimed at the continuation of professional communication between Armenian and Azerbaijani specialists (journalists, human rights activists, political scientists, etc.) on the Armenian-Azerbaijani website
Within the framework of the project analytical reports on topical issues in Armenia and Azerbaijan were prepared by Armenian and Azerbaijani authors, including the Karabakh conflict, international online conferences with the participation of Armenian and Azerbaijani experts and specialists from other countries on topical issues related to the regional processes were organized.

Partner: Institute for Peace and Democracy.

Duration: May - September 2018

Support: Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation (BST) of the G.Marshall Fund


Duration: October 2017 - March 2018
Support: Open Society Foundation - Armenia
The objectives include: 
1.Studying the Characteristic Features of Election Coverage in Online Media;
2.Studying the level and the specifics of using Facebook social network platforms by all the political parties/coalitions participating in the elections;
3.Studying the degree of interaction of online media audiences, as well as Facebook users regarding the content on elections.
Duration: February-May 2017 
Support: The European Endowment for Democracy (EED)



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