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Galina Stolyarova
21 January 2010
You Scratcheth My Back … Premium

The Kremlin seeks to cloak its power games in clerical vestments, and the church takes its cut.

By Galina Stolyarova
 
19 January 2010
Bosnia's Forgotten Minorities
An international court has ruled that Bosnia must let "other" minorities run for high office. History offers little hope that it will do so. From ISN Security Watch.
By Anes Alic
 
teahouseSMALL
19 January 2010
Cup of Kindness Premium

TOL Reports: In Georgia’s ethnically mixed communities, Azeris and Armenians come together over tea.

By Vusala Alibayli
 
15 January 2010
A Bitter Aftertaste Premium

Kyiv’s five-year political train wreck has Ukrainians approaching these elections in a state of disenchantment and nostalgia.

By Barbara Frye and Stefka Yordanova
 
Tihomir Loza
14 January 2010
Acts of War: Judge Not … Premium

A new initiative aims to seek the truth about the Yugoslav wars, not necessarily reconcile old enemies.

By Tihomir Loza
 
marneuli market SMALL
12 January 2010
Common Ground

In Georgia, ethnic Azeris and Armenians belie the propaganda and live together in peace. A TOL multimedia presentation.

By Onnik Krikorian
 
chinese made yurt
12 January 2010
Chinese Imports Replacing Old-Style Yurts

Although Kyrgyz prefer genuine felt yurts, traditionalists fear China’s export machine. From EurasiaNet.

By David Trilling
 

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