Seven years before the town of Gori lost its Stalin statue, the late dictator’s museum was largely empty, but his admirers were steadfast.
Some see the Kremlin’s shadowy hand behind a proposal to bring back foreign-language education in Armenia. From EurasiaNet.
The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi threatens to be overshadowed by a centuries-old row between Russia and the dispossessed Circassian nation. From openDemocracy.
“Our efforts today are aimed at having the international community recognize our de facto independence,” the Karabakh leader says.
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