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7 May 2010
After the Fire Premium

TOL Reports: One month after Kyrgyzstan’s unexpected revolution, Bishkek remains a capital of anger and uneasy calm.

By Abdujalil Abdurasulov
 

22 April 2010
In Defense of 'Our Kids' Premium

Jailed Azeri blogger Adnan Hajizade’s father discusses the latest in the case and the country’s burgeoning youth activism.

By Jeremy Druker
 
15 April 2010
The Other President Premium
A former Solidarity activist remembers Ryszard Kaczorowski, the Polish exile leader who perished in the Smolensk crash.
By Jeremy Druker
 
9 April 2010
On the Campaign Trail in Rural Hungary Premium

On the eve of national elections, many of Hungary’s most deprived citizens are absent from the debate over what is “better” for them. A TOL multimedia presentation.

By Peter Murphy
 
30 March 2010
Holy Relics
A clutch of historic Tbilisi churches crumble while Georgian and Armenian clergy fight over their provenance. A TOL/Liberali multimedia presentation.
By Iago Kurashvili
 
17 March 2010
Home Fires

Schools in Azerbaijan’s refugee communities are often cramped, under-equipped, and poorly heated, but they carry the torch for a homeland their students have never seen. A TOL multimedia presentation. Part three of a series.

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By Abbas Atilay
 
11 March 2010
The Nightmare of History Premium

TOL Talk: Author Jonathan Brent on plumbing the Soviet archives, negotiating the new Russia, and encountering the real Josef Stalin.

By Andy Markowitz
 
9 March 2010
How to Paint an Enemy

In words and pictures, Georgian students express their feelings about Russia and the 2008 war. A TOL/Liberali multimedia production.

By Eka Chitanava and Temo Bardzimashvili
 
5 March 2010
The View from Tbilisi: Political Capital

Public service or vote-buying? Tbilisi residents debate the motives behind Mayor Gigi Ugulava’s pre-election largess. A TOL/Liberali multimedia project.

By Iago Kurashvili and Nino Kakhishvili
 
3 March 2010
The View from Tbilisi: Statue of Limitations

In the fourth of a series of video reports, Georgians debate whether the statue of Josef Stalin in his birthplace of Gori should stay in the city center or be moved to a museum. A TOL/Liberali multimedia project.

By Nia Kurtishvili and Maka Machavariani
 

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The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.

This innovative approach to story telling gives voice to ordinary people and takes the reader on the virtual trip across Moldovan rural and urban landscapes. 

It is a unique and intimate map of the nation.

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