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· October, 2006

Stories about Armenia from October, 2006

Central Asia: Corruption & Parking

neweurasia reports on the correlation between a Central Asian and Caucasus states’ levels of corruption and parking violations for members of their UN missions.


I choose to begin this week's article with a disclaimer which is spawned in response to comments I received on last week's edition of Kurdistance: the contents of my articles...

Armenia: Time to Realign

Burnell of Blogrel says that Armenia should move away from thinking of Russia as the best export market for its products.

Armenia: monochromosis armeniaca

Nareg discusses a phenomenon in Armenian fashion he calls monochromosis armeniaca.

Armenia: Return to Ararat

Christian Garbis spent the weekend on the plains of Ararat, and reports on the perseverance of a successful farmer, his surrogate father in Armenia, who works the land there.

Caucasus & Central Asia: Press Freedom

At neweurasia, Neil rounds up news on press freedom from all over the Caucasus and Central Asia.

Armenia: Trouble for Diasporans

Onnik Krikorian discusses the difficulties and discrimination many Armenian Diasporans face when living in Armenia.

Armenia, Azerbaijan: Airliner

Onnik Krikorian reports that an Azerbaijani airplane has landed at Armenia's main airport for the first time since the collapse of the Soviet Union, and that it might be a...

Armenia: Yezidi Wedding

Onnik Krikorian has photos of an Yezidi wedding in Armenia.

Armenia: Corruption

Burnell at Blogrel is happy that salaries for state employees are rising in Armenia because the costs of corruption have been on the rise recently.

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