Central Asia & Caucasus Data

Current platform capacity in Armenia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Turkmenistan & Uzbekistan.

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  • Housing Prices Really Hit Home In Hungary
    on January 24, 2021

    Since 2010, housing prices in Hungary have almost doubled -- one of the largest increases among EU members. Here's how other countries compare.

  • States Of Sadness: Ukraine, North Macedonia Feeling Frustrated
    on January 22, 2021

    According to a recent report done by the Gallup International Association, about one-third of people in Ukraine and North Macedonia say they are not satisfied with their lives – among the largest shares in 42 locations that were surveyed.

  • Stuck In Traffic: Moscow's The Worst
    on January 21, 2021

    Moscow became the world’s most traffic-congested city in 2020.

  • We See You! How Russia Has Expanded Its Video-Surveillance System
    on January 20, 2021

    In 2020, Russia ranked third in the world in terms of the number of CCTV cameras on its territory. The country also invested millions of dollars in facial-recognition software and launched one of the world's most comprehensive surveillance systems in Moscow. While authorities say this will increase public safety and help fight the coronavirus pandemic, human rights activists have raised concerns about the lack of regulation and possible violations of data privacy.

  • Biden and Xi fire hot first salvos over Taiwan
    on January 25, 2021

    Over a dozen People’s Liberation Army (PLA) fighter jets pierced Taiwan’s air defense identification zone (ADIZ) over the weekend, a Chinese provocation aimed in part at newly installed President Joe Biden’s administration. Taiwan’s Defense Ministry claimed that the Chinese squadron consisted of six J-10 fighters, four J-16s, two SU-30s, a Y-8 reconnaissance aircraft and two

  • Taiwan’s Covid success undone by new viral strain
    on January 25, 2021

    A growing cluster of untraceable infections at a major hospital in Taiwan threatens to end the island’s commendable record in keeping Covid-19 at bay. The large Taoyuan Hospital in the northern city of Taoyuan, directly managed by Taiwan’s Health and Welfare Ministry, has since last week seen the coronavirus infect 13 patients, doctors and nurses

  • Kim’s diplomatic warriors defecting one by one
    on January 25, 2021

    SEOUL – The acting ambassador at North Korea’s embassy in Kuwait, Ryu Hyun-woo, has defected to South Korea, the South’s media reported on Monday. If the reports are accurate, that makes him one of the highest-ranked former North Koreans in South Korea. The Seoul press, while often incorrectly reporting purges in North Korea, has a

  • Continuing with Trump’s China policies is folly
    on January 25, 2021

    If testimonies at the confirmation hearings of the four key cabinet nominees are a preview of the Joe Biden administration’s policies on China, there is little hope that (the world’s most important and complicated) US-China relationship will be back on track any time soon. Antony Blinken, Lloyd Austin, Janet Yellen and Avril Haines, respectively the