Far-Rightists Agenda - Georgia and Serbia
Far-Rightists Agenda - Georgia and Serbia

Nationalism and ultra-nationalism- in our daily life these words are used in negative meaning. While the followers of such ideology are seen as radicals and in the worst case as fascists. Ultra-nationalism was spread in violent forms in Georgia and Eastern Europe.
Care taken by ultranationalists for the formation of the nation has transformed into “preservation of Georgian or Serbian identity”. Those who call themselves “Nationalists” don’t hold back from using violent measures against people with different values, as well as their persecution and physical abuse. read more

Balkan Peace vs Artificial Problems at the Eastern Border of Europe
Balkan Peace vs Artificial Problems at the Eastern Border of Europe

Shortly before the pandemic began setting priorities and concerns within our societies, we were preoccupied with other issues such as corruption, transparency, and constant attempts by politicians to divide citizens on different criteria. Of course, we will have these problems after the pandemic. This is why, we propose a report that talks about the similar problems of two countries bordering with the European Union from two different corners: Moldova vs Bosnia and Herzegovina. read more

Pedestrians vs. Drivers
Pedestrians vs. Drivers

According to Georgia's Road Traffic Law, all pedestrians should be able to walk safely along sidewalks and pedestrian paths." Apart from Tbilisi, two capital cities in the post-Soviet area - Kyiv and Chisinau - have been afforded this legal guarantee. read more

The Winds of the Future
The Winds of the Future

From rudimentary windmills to modern wind turbines, the ancient principle of a spinning blade transforming wind into energy is still applicable. Although wind is a renewable resource with huge potential, it is very little used by the neighbors around the Black Sea—Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine. read more

Russian-style Friendship
Russian-style Friendship

Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine are permanent targets of Russian informational attacks. How does Russian propaganda look in these countries? What is common and what is unique? What are the funding sources of propaganda projects in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine? Is it possible to effectively combat Russian propaganda? read more