19 October 2010
Because Aliev Said So

As the parliamentary election campaign begins in Azerbaijan, it suddenly gets harder for foreigners to get visas.

By EurasiaNet
12 October 2010
Jury Trials Aim to Bolster Confidence in Georgian Courts

Georgia’s new jury system largely borrows from the American model, but also contains some major differences. From EurasiaNet.

By Giorgi Lomsadze
5 October 2010
Choked by Headscarves in Chechnya Premium

In Chechnya there is official support for attacks on women who go out without a headscarf, a leading Russian rights advocate reports. From openDemocracy.

By Tanya Lokshina
28 September 2010
Trump Takes on Tbilisi Real Estate Market

The “king of real estate” wades into what is possibly his most uncertain market yet. From  EurasiaNet.

By Molly Corso
24 September 2010
Hopes and Frustrations Mark Lake Van Mass Premium

To look at last Sunday’s historic ceremony in eastern Turkey simply through a lens of Turkish-Armenian relations is to obscure the efforts of local Kurds to act as bridge builders.

By Justin Vela
22 September 2010
Georgia Launches Program to Create a Nation of English Speakers

Mikheil Saakashvili pledges that all Georgian pupils will speak English as their second language by 2014. From EurasiaNet.

By Molly Corso


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