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Mainly representatives of the Georgian Dream and the opposition United National Movement competed in the parliamentary runoff in Georgia.
The first round of parliamentary elections took place in Georgia on 8 October. A mixed, proportional-and-majority election system applies in Georgia.
On 8 October parliamentary elections will be held in Georgia. A new element in the Georgian context is the appearance of slogans favouring rapprochement with Russia.
Over the past three years, Azerbaijan has revised its risk assessment and has reached the conclusion that the West cannot guarantee its security.
On 2 September (although unofficial reports cited 29 August as the date), the President of Uzbekistan, Islam Karimov died in Tashkent.
Whatever the solution to the crisis over the occupied police station, internal chaos in Armenia is likely to deteriorate in the coming weeks.
The Four-Day War in Nagorno-Karabakh had a significant impact on the situation in Armenia. The country was shocked out of the political malaise.
Governed by an authoritarian regime Kazakhstan has been making efforts to modernise and has been searching for new development models free of Soviet legacy.
The visa issue has had a great impact on the attitude of the public and the elites in Georgia towards the EU and the West.
The Aktobe attacks are yet another sign of intensifying internal tension in Kazakhstan, generated by the deteriorating standard of living.