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· January, 2007

Stories about Armenia from January, 2007

Caucasus: iPod Purchasing Power Index

Social Science in the Caucasus posts on the idea of an iPod Purchasing Power Index and wonders why there is such a range of prices in Caucasus states. Onnik Krikorian...

Armenia: Election Monitor

Onnik Krikorian has a roundup of the latest news on Armenia's upcoming parliamentary election with a particular focus on efforts to provide transparency and to educate voters, something that blogger...

Turkey is Typing….a Follow-up on the Death of Hrant Dink

Today marks a first, well for me at least! Today's article is written in direct response to your wishes, dear reader. Last week, Turkey is Typing focuses on the Death...

Armenia: Khoren Palian

Zarchka laments the loss of Khoren Palian, a well-known performer of Armenian spiritual music.

Armenia: Skipping “The Priestess”

The Priestess is a new Armenian film with high production values. Rhyne of Armenia Blog wants to see the movie, but skpped out on doing so due to ridiculous ticket...

Armenia: Reconciliation

Zarchka writes about the astonishment and admiration in Armenia prompted by the number of Turks who came out to mourn Hrant Dink. She hopes that Dink's final legacy will be...

Armenia: Bangladesh

Tirami Su explains how Yerevan ended up with a neighborhood called Bangladesh.

Armenia: Hrant Dink Roundup

Onnik Krikorian rounds up both the Armenian blogosphere and the Turkish blogosphere on Hrant Dink's murder.

Armenia: Dink & the Blockade

David of The Armenian Economist writes that though in the wake of the Hrant Dink's murder the Turkish press is making some encouraging statements regarding relations with Armenians, what would...

Armenia: Hrant Dink Memorial

AllFOLK's Blog and Oneworld Multimedia have photos from the public memorial in Yerevan for Hrant Dink.

Armenia: Mourning Hrant Dink

Zarchka writes about mourning Hrant Dink and attending the vigil for him in Yerevan. Oneworld Multimedia has photos of the vigil as well as many more posts on Dink.

Armenia: Land of Bisexuality

One Armenian World writes about bisexuality in Armenia.

Turkey is Typing…the Death of Hrant Dink

While normally this column focuses on what only Turkish bloggers are saying, sometimes events happen that warrant the voices of not only Turkish points-of-views but others as well. The Death...

Turkey/Armenia: Hrant Dink Murdered

Onnik Krikorian has multiple posts on the murder of Hrant Dink, a journalist who was an ethnic Armenian Turkish citizen who had been given a six month suspended sentence in...

Armenia: Love, Sex, and Relationships

Zarchka writes a spirited post on love, relationships, premarital sex, safe sex, double standards, and more in Armenia.

Armenia: Lacking Integrity

Blogrel reports that just after Armenia received a fairly positive economic freedom ranking, it has been ranked as very weak on the Global Integrity index.

Armenia: Shutting down VoIP

Armenia Blog notes that ArmenTel, Armenia's telephone monopoly, will disconnect VoIP services.

Caucasus: Unemployment

Onnik Krikorian examines why it is so difficult to get an accurate picture of unemployment levels in the South Caucasus.

Armenia: Economics & Law

Onnik Krikorian says that though Armenia recently received fairly high marks for its legal framework governing investments, the failure to enforce the laws is holding the economy back.

Armenia: Year of the Cell Phone

Blogrel's Burnell writes that 2006 was the year that cellular phones ended up in everyone's hands in Armenia, and wonders what is coming this year in telecommunications in Armenia.

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