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Armenia and Azerbaijan compete to attract Iranian cargo

On its heavily fortified border with the Islamic Republic of Iran, Armenia...

Expert Opinions: The Trump Organization in the Caucasus

Masha Udensiva-Brenner tells the story of New Yorker staff writer Adam Davidson’s...

Murky Azerbaijani Flights to Syria: Whistleblowing or Black PR?

Earlier this summer, the Bulgarian daily newspaper Trud published a sensational report,...

Kazakhstan: Authorities Using Intimidation to Quell Labor Unrest

“He opened our eyes.” Toizhan’s face lit up as she recalled how...

Carnegie Gives Grants to Promote Russian Studies

The Carnegie Corporation is striving to catalyze a revival in the study...

Turkmenistan’s President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov Visits Georgia

Tbilisi had an unusual visitor on July 2. But one whose presence...

'Slowly, Change is Coming': Life for Women in the Post-Soviet World

From bride kidnapping to the gender pay gap, women in the 15...

Azerbaijan: Karabakh Flare-Up Seen as Kremlin Mischief

Highlighting the challenge of forging a lasting political settlement to the 26-year-long...

Azerbaijan Keeps Mum about Bust on Georgia Heroin Highway

Even in the best of times, the Azerbaijani government is not a...

Tajikistan Distances Itself from Blacklisted Iranian Businessman

One of Tajikistan's most prominent businessmen was reportedly arrested this week in...

Georgia Determined to Remain Bastion of EU Integration

The deepening crisis in Ukraine over whether to integrate economically with the...

Uzbekistan: Unblocked Websites Again Blocked

Critical websites that have been blocked in Uzbekistan for years reportedly became...

Kazakhstan: UK Courts Nazarbayev amid Human Rights Concerns

UK Prime Minister David Cameron raised human rights concerns with his hosts...

Tajikistan: Badakhshan Clashes Risk Sparking Insurgency, Analysts Fear

With armed groups in Tajikistan’s restive east ignoring demands to surrender their...

Uzbekistan Weekly Roundup

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Azerbaijan: Government Closes Two International NGOs

The Azerbaijani government has quietly stopped the operations of two international non-governmental...

Georgia: MTV Deal Could Rock Tbilisi

The Georgian government and MTV are closing in on a deal that...