Caucasus

28 June 2010
Stalin's Place Premium

Seven years before the town of Gori lost its Stalin statue, the late dictator’s museum was largely empty, but his admirers were steadfast.

By Natalia Antelava
 
23 June 2010
A Linguistic Trojan Horse?

Some see the Kremlin’s shadowy hand behind a proposal to bring back foreign-language education in Armenia. From EurasiaNet.

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By Marianna Grigoryan
 

14 June 2010
'My Homeland Is Here'
TOL slide show: Two elderly Azeri women reflect on coming to – and staying in – Nagorno-Karabakh.
By Kristine Khanumian
 
9 June 2010
Skating on Thin Ice in Sochi

The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi threatens to be overshadowed by a centuries-old row between Russia and the dispossessed Circassian nation. From openDemocracy.

By Sufian Zhemukhov
 
Azeri tanks in Nagorno-Karabakh
3 June 2010
Karabakh: ‘Free State’ Premium

“Our efforts today are aimed at having the international community recognize our de facto independence,” the Karabakh leader says.

By BBC Monitoring
 

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