“Our efforts today are aimed at having the international community recognize our de facto independence,” the Karabakh leader says.
The authorities in Russian Dagestan heavily favor a variety of Islam that some local Muslims reject as impure. From Forum 18.
The North Ossetian mufti comments on jihad, the future of Islam in Russia, and his Orthodox counterparts, bringing swift rebuttals from other Russian Muslim leaders.
The new Russian-led customs union may enable Georgian companies to do an end run around Moscow’s damaging ban on their products. From EurasiaNet.
Saakashvili’s growing unpopularity won’t stop his party dominating the upcoming local elections in Georgia.
TOL Talk: Five years after the Andijan massacre, Europe still treats Tashkent with kid gloves.
One broadcaster found it more important to tell the truth than to obey a cardinal rule of journalism in Armenia.
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