28 July 2010
Georgia Plans to Open Tax-Free IT Zones

Tbilisi hopes to lure foreign high-tech companies through tax breaks and cheap labor. From EurasiaNet.

By Nino Patsuria
23 July 2010
All Too Quiet on the Karabakh Front Premium

The status quo is bad for all parties interested in resolving the Azeri-Armenian conflict, but the will to change it is lacking.

16 July 2010
Oncological Headache Premium
Georgia’s National Cancer Center is falling apart, and the government can neither fix it nor sell it off.
By Eka Chitanava
14 July 2010
Molokans Struggling to Survive in Azerbaijan

Hard work and communal discipline may not be enough to save the remnants of a Russian Christian sect in Azerbaijan. From EurasiaNet.

2 July 2010
Democracy Matters in Azerbaijan Premium

Western “engagement” with Baku has not delivered the Azerbaijani people the democracy they yearn for.

By Gorkhmaz Askarov


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