28 March 2012
More Choice for Turkmen Voters, New Lid for Ravaged Reactor

Plus, Polish ex-spy chief charged over abuse of terror suspects and a Romanian woman’s remarkable rise from poverty.

By Ky Krauthamer, Joshua Boissevain, and Ioana Caloianu
27 March 2012
Kazakh Terror Trial Opens, Black Sea Neighbors Tussle

Plus, Tashkent again shuts off the gas to Tajikistan and Tallinn debates the merits of free bus rides.

By Ky Krauthamer, Ioana Caloianu, Joshua Boissevain and Stephen Underwood
23 March 2012
For One Sea, Two Endings

The future of the Aral Sea looks very different depending on which shore you stand on.

By EurasiaNet.org
14 March 2012
Mixed Justice for Gerdec Survivors, A Dry Forecast for Central Asia

Plus, efforts to defuse Azerbaijan-Iran tensions and a new type of politician enters the Slovak parliament.

By Ky Krauthamer, Ioana Caloianu, and Joshua Boissevain
9 March 2012
Poland Likes It Dirty, Romanian Pol Rewrites History

Plus, Georgian billionaire eyes prime minister’s office, and Belgrade Roma kicked out of shanty town.

By Ioana Caloianu, Angela Almeida, and Barbara Frye
5 March 2012
In Kyrgyzstan, a Mountain of Trouble

The Kyrgyz government desperately needs the money generated by gold mining. But can it live with the growing international criticism?

By Bakyt Ibraimov and Temir Akmatov


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