Caucasus

13 April 2011
A Faltering Digital Leap

Georgia is giving netbooks to first-graders, but there’s little content for them, and many doubts about teachers’ readiness to use them. From EurasiaNet.

By Molly Corso
 
6 April 2011
‘True Believers Aren’t Concerned’ Premium

The authorities in Baku continue to use administrative methods to hamper worship in mosques and churches. From Forum 18.

By Felix Corley
 
29 March 2011
Strategic Field Tilted in Russia’s Favor, Armenian Critics Say

Armenia managed to hold the Russians to a 0-0 draw in their Euro 2012 qualifier but everywhere else the huge neighbor seems to have the game wrapped up. From EurasiaNet.

 
28 March 2011
Georgia’s Glass, Still Half-Full Premium

On the anniversary of its independence, has Georgia evolved or is it condemned to keep trading one set of existential problems for another?

By TOL
 
Armenian girl
21 March 2011
Patriotic but Powerless Premium

In a disputed corner of the Caucasus, some Armenian settlers have given up much of the modern world, including electricity, to stake a claim to territory.

By Arpi Harutyunyan
 

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