14 January 2013
Muscovites March Against Adoption Ban, Dacic ‘Faces Facts’ on Kosovo Premium

Plus, Czechs cast the first vote in their history for a president and Turkmenistan prepares to off-load some assets.

By Joshua Boissevain, Ioana Caloianu, Anna Novosad, Richard Parrish, and Nino Tsintsadze
11 January 2013
Stalin, Restored Premium

With a new government in power in Georgia, monuments to the Soviet strongman and native son are finding their way back home.

By Tamar Kikacheishvili
10 January 2013
Belgrade Reportedly Eyes a Kosovo DMZ, Calls for Saakashvili to Resign Snowball Premium

Plus, Estonia succeeds where others fail in battling TB and and exiled Uzbek journalist explains what drove her to emigrate. 

By Ioana Caloianu, Anna Novosad, Richard Parrish, Nino Tsintsadze, and Nirvana Bhatia.
10 January 2013
Looking Back to the Future
TOL slide show: Daily life is often a struggle for survival in Tajikistan’s remote and restive east
By Alec Forss
9 January 2013
In Azerbaijan, Free Education Comes at a Price
Public schooling is so inadequate for those preparing for university that expensive tutoring is the norm.
By Arifa Kazimova


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