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· November, 2010

Stories about Central Asia & Caucasus from November, 2010

30 November 2010

Caucasus: Revelations & Confusion over Cablegate

As the media worldwide reveals revelation after revelation with the gradual release of over 251,000 leaked U.S. Embassy cables over the coming weeks, there were also some items of specific...

25 November 2010

Armenia-Azerbaijan: Does culture unite or divide?

With a recent survey indicating that the majority of Armenians and Azerbaijanis are against mutual friendship, hopes for peace between the two neighboring countries appear very bleak indeed. Recent developments,...

Azerbaijan: Turkish memoir allegations

19 November 2010

Armenia: Police crackdown on ‘Emos’

Azerbaijan: Emin Milli released, but another activist detained

Following yesterday's news that video blogging youth activist Adnan Hajizade had been conditionally released in Azerbaijan, Facebook was today awash with news that his friend and fellow activist, Emin Milli,...

Azerbaijan: Second video blogging youth activist released

18 November 2010

Azerbaijan: Video blogger Adnan Hajizade released

In a surprise decision, an Appeal Court in Azerbaijan today ordered the conditional release of video blogging youth activist Adnan Hajizade. The news, as well as reaction, quickly spread on...

Azerbaijan: Video blogging youth activist released

17 November 2010

Kazakhstan: Livejournal Unblocked After 2 Years of Filtering

Livejournal, the most popular blogging platform in the Russian-language segment of the world wide web, was blocked by the national operator – and subsequently by other Internet service providers in...

Kyrgyzstan: The Zhogorku Kenesh Holds its First Session

Mongolia: Global chains are rumored to enter the market

Afghanistan: Believed to go in the right direction

Kazakhstan: An MP wants to ban Halloween

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