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· August, 2010

Stories about Central Asia & Caucasus from August, 2010

Armenia-Azerbaijan: More dialogue through film

With national television in Armenia and Azerbaijan controlled by the authorities or government-linked individuals, there is little opportunity for independent reporting. Now more objective and human interest stories can be...

Turkmenistan: WikiLeaks-like service in demand

Kazakhstan: Does Astana Need Central Asia?

Kazakhstan: Prison Riots

Kyrgyzstan: Southern politician opposes central government

Afghanistan: Parliamentary Election Update

Afghanistan: The Helmand Food Zone Fiasco

Turkmenistan: The former ruler's golden statue removed

Kyrgyzstan: Economic roots of inter-ethnic clashes

Armenia-Azerbaijan: Unbiased e-media coverage call for projects

Azerbaijan: Lilit

Azerbaijan: Bloqosfer 2010

Caucasus: Armenia, Azerbaijan risky countries to surf the Net

Armenia: LGBT blogger responds to radio station

Armenia: Suicide soldier

Azerbaijan: An impossible dream?

Azerbaijan: Reflections on Ramadan

Armenia: Homophobic radio station rewarded?

Caucasus: Observations on Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia

Armenia-Azerbaijan: Dialogue through film

The free flow of information between Armenia and Azerbaijan since independence is obviously problematic given the still unresolved conflict over Nagorno Karabakh, but can new media move in to fill...

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