17 March 2010
Home Fires

Schools in Azerbaijan’s refugee communities are often cramped, under-equipped, and poorly heated, but they carry the torch for a homeland their students have never seen. A TOL multimedia presentation. Part three of a series.

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By Abbas Atilay
16 March 2010
Cultivating a Martial Spirit

In the wake of war, Georgia adds “military patriotism” to the curriculum. Part two of a series.

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By Tamar Kikacheishvili
16 March 2010
Grozny: Rebuilt on Fear

Downtown Grozny, Chechnya’s capital, is ablaze with lights and full of chic shops now. But the paralyzing fear remains. From openDemocracy.

By Tanya Lokshina
KGB restaurant Tbilisi
12 March 2010
Frustration Law Premium

Georgians may agree that outing KGB agents was a good idea in its day, but many argue that it’s too late now.

By Nana Sajaia
10 March 2010
Just Another Post-Soviet Semi-Democracy Premium

The Abkhaz political establishment has its opponents, but they hardly comprise an opposition.

By BBC Monitoring
Azeri woman
9 March 2010
Baku Debates Ditching Russian-Origin Last Names

Russian endings on Azeri family names may soon be a thing of the past. From EurasiaNet.

By Mina Miradova


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