Caucasus

10 June 2011
Violence in Georgia Forces a New Look at an Old Friend Premium

Saakashvili is starting to look too much like a face in the post-Soviet rogue’s gallery.

By TOL
 
24 May 2011
Sympathy for the Circassians

Georgia recognizes tsarist Russia’s slaughter of a group of indigenous Caucasians as genocide. From EurasiaNet.

By Giorgi Lomsadze
 
24 May 2011
Dusting Off the Welcome Mat Premium

Tourism should be a linchpin of Armenia’s economy, but is it?

By Ruzan Hakobyan
 
20 May 2011
Let’s Hear It For Populism Premium

With anti-reform elites becoming more entrenched in the EU’s neighborhood, it’s time for Brussels to think about more radical methods of reaching out to the common people.

By TOL
 
13 May 2011
The Funniest Garlic Bulb in Georgia Premium

An Onion-inspired website generates its share of laughs, hoaxes, and threats.

By Ana Keshelashvili
 
US jet, Manas air base
2 May 2011
The War on Terror, Year One Premium

On the first anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, analysts around TOL’s coverage region assessed the changes in their countries.

 
Makhachkala
27 April 2011
Clueless and Smug in Makhachkala Premium

The leader of Dagestan holds a Q and A session with compatriots in Moscow but skirts the biggest problems facing the North Caucasus republic, a Dagestani newspaper writes.

By BBC Monitoring
 

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