Economy & Business

20 February 2006
Back to Russian Gas
The reasons behind Tbilisi's cutoff of gas imports from Iran and Azerbaijan remain unclear. From EurasiaNet.
By Diana Petriashvili
 
16 February 2006
Trade for a Better Image
The head of the Stability Pact promotes a free-trade area for the Western Balkans and rejects Croatian and Serbian criticism.
By Mirna Skrbic
 
16 February 2006
The Melting Pot Boils Over
Recent clashes between Kyrgyz and Dungan youth are a symptom of growing resentment and nationalism, some fear.
By IRIN
 
Miroljub Labus
6 February 2006
Too Much Yugoslavia or too Little EU? Premium
The EU’s proposals for a free trade area in the Western Balkans don’t go far enough, Serbia’s deputy prime minister says.
By Aleksandar Mitic
 
Enter Slovenia
6 February 2006
Enter Slovenia Premium
Slovenia wants to be the first new EU member to introduce the common European currency.
By Ales Gaube
 
saakashvili and putin
25 January 2006
At a Flash Point Premium
This weekend's explosions at two Russian pipelines have left Georgia in the cold and even more suspicious of its neighbor to the north. From Eurasianet.
By Diana Petriashvili
 

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