17 August 2010
From Dreadful to Difficult

Two years after being recognized by Russia, Abkhazia must decide what kind of nation it wants to be. From openDemocracy.

By George Hewitt
16 August 2010
Yerevan's Faustian Bargain Premium
Russia supplies firepower and troops, and Armenia holds its own in an unfriendly neighborhood.
By Ismail Agazade
11 August 2010
‘Waiting for Food to Fall From the Sky’

Aid groups warn that Georgians displaced by the war two years ago face food shortages this winter. From EurasiaNet.

By Molly Corso
6 August 2010
Baby Steps in South Ossetia Premium

The conflict over Georgia’s breakaway province won’t be resolved anytime soon. But one small change could improve its people’s lives.

29 July 2010
Pulling Up the Roots

For Georgia’s few remaining Roma, traditional music goes out of fashion.

By Eka Chitanava and Temo Bardzimashvili
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


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