Mikheil Saakashvili pledges that all Georgian pupils will speak English as their second language by 2014. From EurasiaNet.
TOL slide show: The residents of Baku’s “Shanghai” settlement don’t like living a few feet from passing freight trains – but they like being kicked out even less.
A threatened old building and a striking new one symbolize the split personality of development in Azerbaijan’s booming capital.
In a largely Muslim region of northeastern Georgia, sectarian rifts are widening along generational lines.
Minority communities can be well-nigh invisible in Georgia’s media, except in the work of some pioneering bloggers.
Two years after being recognized by Russia, Abkhazia must decide what kind of nation it wants to be. From openDemocracy.
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