Economy & Business

4 May 2006
The Next Top Destination? Premium
Montenegro’s tourism industry seems set for robust growth despite the political uncertainty ahead of the independence vote.
By Nela Lazarevic
2 May 2006
Follow the Money
One watchdog group says Turkmenistan’s leader has stolen billions of the country’s wealth from natural gas sales, with some European complicity.
By EurasiaNet
2 May 2006
A Walking, Talking Democrat Premium
Washington has again shown the inconsistency of its advocacy of democracy. And again Azerbaijan's ruler is the beneficiary.
28 April 2006
To Each According to His Birth
Increasingly, the Czech higher education system opens its doors to those born with all the advantages – and shuts others out.
By Michael Smith
24 April 2006
Russia Renews Diplomatic-Economic Offensive
From hydropower to oil and gas to security, Tajikistan is allowing Russia an ever-increasing stake. From EurasiaNet.
By Sergei Blagov



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