Society

12 December 2008
Getting Away With Too Much Premium
Armenia has been given many chances to observe its human rights commitments. It may be time for stronger measures.
By TOL
 
10 December 2008
One History for All
Georgian students speaking different languages will soon all have the same, more inclusive textbooks.
By Vicken Cheterian
 
9 December 2008
The Grandma Cartel Premium
For some elderly Albanian villagers, the only alternative to poverty is pot.
By Besar Likmeta
 
8 December 2008
No Answers for March 1 Violence
At the Council of Europe and in the streets of Yerevan, many distrust official probe of post-election clashes. From EurasiaNet.
By Marianna Grigoryan
 
4 December 2008
The Communists and the Kid Premium
A young mayor goes toe-to-toe with an old guard in Chisinau.
By Elena Moldoveanu and Alexandru Eftode
 
2 December 2008
Enlargement Lite
The European Union’s eastern neighbors have mastered the art of getting the union’s attention without adopting all those bothersome reforms.
By Nicu Popescu
 
1 December 2008
From Remittance to Pittance Premium
When Western Europe tanks, so does the homeward-bound cash flow.
By S. Adam Cardais
 
27 November 2008
Going Virtual, Traditionally Premium
As online dating grows more popular in Uzbekistan, some fear it will undermine Islamic values.
By Gulnoza Saidazimova
 

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