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· July, 2008

Stories about Central Asia & Caucasus from July, 2008

Armenia: Agra Hadig

Armenia: NATO Cooperation

Armenia: Hacked Attack Sites?

Azerbaijan: Shop Baku

Caucasus: Cuil Search Engine

Armenia: Driving in the Caucasus

Soviet History: Russian-Korean Migration in Central Asia

Soviet History: Nuclear Disaster Areas

Azerbaijan: Media Course

Armenia: Iranian Students

Armenia: Musical Tourism

Mongolia: In the Wake of Parliamentary Crisis

Kazakhstan: U.S. Urges Astana to Foster Reforms

Kyrgyzstan: Islamic Education Institutions

Afghanistan: Seeking Justice

Despite its reputation for a very conservative brand of Islam, Afghanistan is deeply torn. Before the recent decades of war, the country was more known for its mystical Sufism that...

Afghanistan: Violence in the Hazarajat, Protests in Kabul

Afghanistan is one of those countries where minority issues drive nearly everything. They form the basis for why President Hamid Karzai is “the best game in town,” but also why...

Soviet History: The Afghan War

Afghanistan: Kabulians protest against government's inaction

Afghanistan: Yesterday’s friend Today’s enemy

Aghanistan: Police Violence

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