Human Rights

Armenia’s Space for Liberty

The protests of these days in Armenia against the appointment of Serzh Sargsyan as prime minister - resulted in his resignation - have as their ideal and symbolic place the Freedom Square of Yerevan. The history and the present of this square

European Union

Enjoying retirement in Albania

The Italian retired community is growing across the Adriatic. To understand the phenomenon we interviewed Roberto Laera, an entrepreneur with decades of experience in the country

Economy

Enjoying retirement in Albania

The Italian retired community is growing across the Adriatic. To understand the phenomenon we interviewed Roberto Laera, an entrepreneur with decades of experience in the country

Environment

The Panorama Tbilisi project: a monster in town

Works are ongoing in Tbilisi, the capital city of Georgia, for the construction of a pharaonic real estate project. Its impact on the landscape and environment risks being huge, and civil society has mobilized

Media

Albanian Media: many, not plural

A new study reveals the concentration of the media in Albania in the hands of a few owners – inevitably undermining pluralism in the market

Migration

Enjoying retirement in Albania

The Italian retired community is growing across the Adriatic. To understand the phenomenon we interviewed Roberto Laera, an entrepreneur with decades of experience in the country

Justice

Turkey: released Ahmet Şık and Murat Sabuncu

Two more Cumhuriyet  journalists have been released, while Akın Atalay, managing director of the major Turkish daily, remains in prison