Society

3 June 2009
Questions, No Answers Premium
Baku students voice anger and frustration at the government’s apparent desire to make the Oil Academy shooting a non-issue.
By Ruzanna Reshidkizi
 
3 June 2009
Religion Council Divides Faiths
Russian Protestants and Muslims protest over appointment of “anti-cultists” and controversial scholars to a powerful state body. From Forum 18.
By Geraldine Fagan
 
2 June 2009
Neither White Knight nor Blackguard Premium
Georgia’s democracy isn’t perfect, but Saakashvili is far from the tyrant his detractors say he is.
By Irakliy Khaburzaniya
 
1 June 2009
Radioactive Legacy Vexes Bishkek
Health problems and toxic waste plague Kyrgyzstan’s onetime uranium mining capital. From EurasiaNet.
By David Trilling
 
29 May 2009
Travel Blues Premium
Why is it still so frustratingly difficult to travel to, from, and within the Balkans?
By Kristie Evenson
 
28 May 2009
With Apologies to Orwell Premium
Like truth, history is what Moscow says it is.
By Galina Stolyarova
 

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