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  • Azerbaijan : Putting Inauguration Ahead of the Vote

    Sitting under a portrait of his father and the former first president of a post-Soviet Azerbaijan , President Ilham Aliyev speaks during a meeting of the CIS Council ... Read article

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    Oct 8st, 2013
  • Atambayev, In Brussels, Gets Promises Of Stronger NATO Ties

    For his part, Atambayev used his remarks to encourage NATO to cooperate with the Collective Security Treaty Organization, the Russian-led ex-Soviet security ... Read article

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    Sep 21st, 2013
  • New Silk Road Top Of Agenda For Next US Central Asia Envoy

    Uzbekistan has built a rail line from its border to Afghanistan's key northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif and now Turkmenistan and Tajikistan have agreed to build a ... Read article

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    Sep 18st, 2013
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    foreignaffairs.com Letter From Bishkek | Foreign Affairs

    Letter From Bishkek. Related. Most Viewed. Latest from CFR. Navigation. Over the years, both Russia and the United States have tried to court Kyrgyzstan. Did their strategic competition help push President Kurmanbek Bakiyev from office?. DAVID TRILLING is Central Asia News Editor for EurasiaNet.o... Read article

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    actualdot.com NATO wants Azerbaijan in the alliance? | Current World News

    Home Page. Footer. Current World News. Archives. Recent Posts. Blogroll. Partner links. No Comments. NATO wants Azerbaijan in the alliance?. Leave a comment. More articles. Current World News Comments (0). A senior source within the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s Joint Force Command has tol... Read article

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    reliefweb.int EurasiaNet + Refugees | ReliefWeb

    Source. Maps and updates related to this source.. Azerbaijan and 1 other Azerbaijan: a road, if not a referendum, for Nagorno-Karabakh. Georgia Abkhazia federation blueprint unveiled in Georgia. Russian Federation (the) and 1 other Georgia: Pankisi's Chechens worry about implications of Tbilisi-M... Read article

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    arastirmax.com Heghine MANASYAN | Arastirmax - Uluslararası Bilimsel Yayın İndeksi

    The paper discusses the processes that have created and which are maintaining the divisions between these groups JEL Sınıflaması Makale Yayın Yılı: Akbarli, M. (2008), ‘Azerbaijan: Olympic dreams fuel construction boom, but public loses’, www.eurasianet.org . Posted 28 March 2008, accessed 2 Apri... Read article

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    foreignpolicy.com Dreams of Kurdistan - By Yigal Schleifer | Foreign Policy

    Yigal Schleifer is a Washington-based journalist and analyst covering Turkey. He is also the author of " The Turko-File ," a blog about Turkish foreign and domestic affairs on Eurasianet.org. He was based in Istanbul between 2002 and 2010, where he worked as a correspondent for the Christian Scie... Read article

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    marketplace.org You think it's tough doing business here? | Marketplace from American Public Media

    Try Kyrgyzstan. At least one major foreign-run gold mining operation had its license suspended there, another was slapped with a $5 million fine, and a third had its exploratory camp burned down by marauding horsemen . Eurasianet.org reports gold producers will be forbidden from shipping gold ore... Read article

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    naturalgaseurope.com TANAP: Delay of the Trans Anatolian Pipeline Project

    In an interview with EurasiaNet.org, a SOCAR official who is privy to the talks with Turkey shed light on the reason for the delay: Turkish entities, the official said, are seeking an equal stake with SOCAR in the TANAP project. "Under the current ownership structure, Azerbaijan will enjoy contro... Read article

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    fpif.org Anti-Terrorist Security Sweep In Pakistan Winding Down - FPIF

    The United States in recent weeks has beefed up its military forces in Afghanistan, especially in Paktia, Khost, and Paktika provinces, along the Pakistani border. These troops were reportedly in position to trap Islamic militants who tried to cross the border to evade the pressure coming from Pa... Read article

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    media.am Gayane Abrahamyan | Media.am

    An art critic by education, journalist by occupation. Correspondent of Eurasianet.org international media outlet. 30.09.13 News of the Armenian soldiers held captive by Azerbaijan over the last two months became a litmus test for Armenia's media sector, making its vulnerability against attacks fr... Read article

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    ionglobaltrends.com 22-Jun-2013 | Mike Hitchen Online: i On Global Trends

    So far, things are moving along the classical revolutionary scheme. The political demands have replaced the economic ones, the authorities burdened by corruption and suspicions proved unable to cope with the crisis, and the people demonstrate reluctance to support government policies. Posted by M... Read article

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    m.theatlanticcities.com Chris Rickleton - The Atlantic Cities

    Chris Rickleton Chris Rickleton is a Bishkek-based journalist. He writes for Eurasianet.org . The Atlantic Cities covers urban design, transit, planning, jobs, housing, and lifestyles all over the globe. Read article

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    ipsnews.net Chinese Investment Tests Limits of Georgian Hospitality - Inter Press Service

    But one 65-year-old woman selling sunflower seeds near the site remained optimistic. “Let’s see what happens,” she said. “I don’t think it will be bad.” *Editor’s note: Molly Corso is a freelance journalist who also works as editor of Investor.ge, a monthly publication by the American Chamber of ... Read article

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    globalpolicy.org The Stateless “Border Brides” of Central Asia

    “I cannot go home as I lost my passport in June 2010, when our house was looted [during the ethnic violence]. I am stuck in my husband’s home unable to go anywhere,” she said. “I miss my home in Uzbekistan, the place where I was born, and the people I grew up with. I haven’t been there for a long... Read article

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    demdigest.net Democracy Digest » U.S. presses Azerbaijan to take ‘bold steps’ prior to poll

    Based on the response of Elin Suleymanov, Azerbaijan’s US ambassador, Baku is “not exactly motivated to comply with the calls for change or to admit all the democracy faults,” EurasiaNet notes : “We always appreciate friendly and helpful advice from our friends,” Suleymanov said, conceding that “... Read article

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    oilprice.com Turkey: Betting on Wind Power, One Village at a Time

    More recent articles by Eurasianet Turkey is looking to increase domestic energy production and a good example is the village of Abiyik, who recently installed a wind turbine and is using wind power Read article

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