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Uzbekistan: Female Day Laborers Open Window on Unemployment Problem
Jan 11, 2017
Russia: Geopolitical Gifts Mask an Economic Dilemma for Putin
Jan 6, 2017
Azerbaijan: Deepening Economic Crisis Stimulating Brain Drain
Jan 3, 2017
Turkmenistan, Iran Gas Dispute Serves as Ill Omen for New Year
Jan 2, 2017
Uzbekistan: Fashion Industry Flourishing in Post-Gulnara Era
Aug 5, 2015
Armenian Protesters Opt for Continued Standoff with Government
“By staying here longer we won’t be physically prepared to endure more police beatings and jets of water.”
Jun 29, 2015
Central Asia: The Drop in Remittances from Russia is Bad. But How Bad?
Mar 27, 2015
Armenia: Can French Hypermarket Generate Genuine Retail Competition?
The opening signaled a potentially significant step for Armenia toward genuine market competition.
Mar 25, 2015
Kyrgyzstan: Property Records Confirm Misuse of Pentagon Charity Funds
Mar 19, 2015
Tajikistan: Can Dushanbe Keep the Lid on the Internet?
Aug 11, 2014
Russia Holds Kyrgyzstan's Hydropower Dreams Hostage
Jun 24, 2014
Tajikistan’s Cash Cow: Enough Milk to Go Around?
Jun 10, 2014
Armenia: Customs Union Marks Great Leap Backward — Activists
Rights activists assert that when it comes to democratization, Customs Union membership means Yerevan will take “one step forward, two steps back.”
Apr 18, 2014
Tajikistan: Dushanbe Moves to Seize Assets of Troubled Ukrainian Oligarch
Mar 27, 2014
Tajikistan: Where Iranian Money Takes a Bath?
Aug 21, 2013
Central Asia: Disabled Citizens Find Avenues to Advancement Blocked
Oct 22, 2012
Forty-Seven Stories above the Sea: Georgia’s Trump Tower
Apr 23, 2012
Uzbekistan: Where the Silk Road Gets Its Sheen
Sericulture – the rearing of silkworms and production of silk – has been practiced in the Ferghana Valley for well over a millennium.
Apr 11, 2012
Kazakhstan: Violence in Zhanaozen Threatens Nazarbayev Legacy
Dec 21, 2011
Kyrgyzstan: Indian Medical Students Caught in Diploma Mill?
Admission does not require top grades or impressive exam results, only a few thousand dollars a year—less than many Indian universities.
Dec 6, 2011
Interview 180: The Future of Natural Gas Supply to Europe
Michael Emerson discussed Europe's dependence on natural gas from the east, the current status of planned pipelines to deliver natural gas and Germany's role in the energy game with Russia.
Dean C.K. Cox
May 13, 2011
Georgia: Enter The Donald
Mar 11, 2011
Interview 180: Examining the Oil Boom in Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan
Andreas Heinrich asks what are the possible negative consequences of a resource boom on the politics and economy in the Caspian.
Oct 28, 2010
Trump Organization Likes What It Sees in Georgia
Jul 14, 2010
Unearthing the Past to Get to the Future in Istanbul
Turkish rail workers are digging under the Bosphorus.
Jun 8, 2010