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· July, 2008

Stories about Central Asia & Caucasus from July, 2008

24 July 2008

Armenia: Bloggers Attend Presidential Press Conference

On 21 July at a news conference held at the presidential palace to mark the 100th day of the new president's term in office, two bloggers were invited to attend...

Azerbaijan: US Election Conference

Caucasus: Tolerance

Armenia: Divided Blogosphere

22 July 2008

Abkhazia, Georgia: “Home”

As everyone seems to be talking about an impending war over Abkhazia, here is a translation of a post by LiveJournal blogger cyxymu, a Georgian who spent his childhood in...

Armenia: Bloggers Attend Presidential Press Conference

21 July 2008

Kazakhstan: Astana Anniversary

Bloggers discuss how the celebrations of the anniversary of Astana, the capital city of Kazakhstan, went. They were so widely advertised and loads of public finance was spent on the...

Georgia: Hacker Attack

Kazakhstan: Olympics Blogwatch

On the eve of the Beijing Olympiad, the Kazakhstani bloggers discuss what chances their country has to performs decently in summer sports.

Mongolia: State of Emergency Aftermath

Kazakhstan: Mega Media Holding

Kazakhstan: Mittal’s Business Still at Risk

Central Asia: Update on EU's Cantral Asia Strategy

Kazakhstan: The Rise of Kazakh Military

Kyrgyzstan: Schoolchildren Partake in Festival of National Cultures

Kazakhstan: New Scandal, Bribes and Politics

Afghanistan: The Myth of Taliban Tribalism

Kazkahstan: Pipeline Blast

Afghanistan: Government Blames Pakistan for Terrorism