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· November, 2008

Stories about Armenia from November, 2008

Armenia: World AIDS Day & the Armenicum Fiasco

Armenia: Chess, Karabakh and Turkish Relations

Armenia: Bloggers Throw Funeral at Georgian Embassy

Carrying a black casket labeled “The Newborn Georgian Democracy,” a group of bloggers in Yerevan have marched toward the Georgian Embassy protesting what they call the destruction and desecration of...

Georgia: Armenian Church Scandal

With the ever strengthening power of the Orthodox Church in Georgia causing concern for democracy and human rights activists, bloggers were first to report on attempts to seize a derelict...

Armenia: Eurovision Contenders

Nagorno Karabakh: Compromise Necessary For Peace

Georgia: Junior Eurovision Success

Armenia/Azerbaijan: Journalists Under Attack

Beaten in Armenia and imprisoned in Azerbaijan, journalists in the ex-Soviet South Caucasus know the price of freedom. Some of them are even fighting from prison cells, wrestling state persecution...

Armenia: Investigative Journalist Assaulted

Caucasus: Public Media Potential

Armenia: Violence against Women

The world’s oldest Christian nation may have many things to be proud about, but when it comes to women’s rights the ex-Soviet Armenia is possibly in denial. With widespread human...

Nagorno Karabakh: Insular View

Nagorno Karabakh: Peacebuilding Goes Online

With stereotypes and alternate and usually contradictory as well as inaccurate perceptions of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed territory of Nagorno Karabakh still prevalent in both...

Armenia: Zucchero, Planet X Concert Reviews

Nagorno Karabakh: Selective Memory Loss

Armenia: Casinos

Nagorno Karabakh: No Return of Territory

Caucasus: Gender Gap Index

Armenia: Special Committees

Nagorno Karabakh: Obstacles & Contradictions

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