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Azerbaijan: Staying Mum on Trump’s Call for a Muslim Travel Ban
Dec 17, 2015
Armenia: Widespread Reports of Irregularities Mar Constitutional Referendum
Allegations of rampant fraud are clouding the legitimacy of the result.
Dec 7, 2015
Armenia: Who Benefits from Constitutional Reform?
Many Armenians worry that that changes could cement incumbent authorities’ grip on power.
Nov 4, 2015
‘They Locked Me Up and Left Me’: Armenia's Outdated Mental Health Laws
“I have never had problems with my mental health. I only had problems with my brother.”
Oct 14, 2015
Alexievich Says Nobel Literature Prize Awards Entire Belarusian Nation
Oct 8, 2015
Armenia: Like Greece, Too Much Foreign Debt?
For some, Armenia’s debt picture is conjuring up images of Greece, though admittedly on a much smaller scale.
Oct 6, 2015
Armenia: Debt-Ridden Power Company Ranks as Top Donor to Presidential Fund
The company’s revenue woes did not prevent executives from authorizing millions of dollars in donations to a charitable organization chaired by Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan.
Sep 15, 2015
Fugitive Ex-Kremlin 'Cashier': Putin 'Did Not Want To Be President'
Natalya Golitsina and Carl Schreck
Aug 5, 2015
Russian Bikers and Billionaire in Karabakh
Jul 31, 2015
Donald Trump: Thinking Big in Azerbaijan
Jul 31, 2015
Armenia: Anti-Corruption Panel Grapples with Credibility Issues
No opposition or non-governmental organization representative has joined the body, due primarily to widespread skepticism about its ability to catalyze reforms.
Jul 30, 2015
Armenia Considers Ban on Gender-Specific Abortions
The bill drafted by the Ministry of Health explicitly bans all sex-selective abortions
Jul 15, 2015
Nemtsov's Report on Putin and Ukraine War Finally in Print, with a Little Help from His Friends
May 11, 2015
Armenia: Doubts Abound on Anti-Corruption Initiative
Some critics question the integrity of those in charge of the initiative, citing possible conflicts of interest.
May 5, 2015
Turkish Prime Minister’s Office Grapples with Genocide Controversy
“If one accepts that what happened [in recent decades] in Bosnia and Africa were genocides, it is impossible not to call what happened to Armenians in 1915 genocide, too.”
Apr 16, 2015