3 February 2011
Fingerprints of a Legend Premium

Who wrote Azerbaijan’s best-loved novel? A decades-old controversy gets a new life.

By Nikki Kazimova
5 January 2011
Yerevan's Toxic Time Bomb
A pesticide-laden, Soviet-era dump could shift and spread when the spring thaw comes, environmentalists warn. From EurasiaNet.
By Marianna Grigoryan and Anahit Hayrapetyan
22 December 2010
Georgians Blaze Illegal Trails to the EU

Turkey has emerged as the main overland gateway for Georgian migrants seeking work or asylum in the EU. From EurasiaNet.

21 December 2010
Cleaning House in Armenia

Top officials are being sacked in what is either a burst of integrity or a political show. From EurasiaNet.

By Marianna Grigoryan
14 December 2010
Fighting Shadows

For gays and lesbians in Georgia, counteracting homophobic whispers and provocations may be harder than fighting outright discrimination.

By Lizaveta Zhahanina


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