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Odds, Ends, And Autocrats
One of the most prominent cartoonists in Serbia, Predrag Koraksic Corax, works closely with RFE/RL's Balkan Service. More
How Russia Is Ruled
Regional Smoke Detector
Emzar Kvitsiani, who in the early 2000s served as Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze's governor in the Kodori gorge, has returned to Tbilisi, almost eight years after the armed insurrection that culminated in his flight to Russia. More
The chief editor of "Hafta" (The Week) weekly, Hikmatyor Hikmatzoda, says that the Culture Ministry has withdrawn the license because the newspaper has covered issues that were not outlined in the periodical's charter. More
Blogging Central Asia
We present Emily Canning and her review of a new book about Central Asia titled "Restless Valley Revolution Murder and Intrigue in the Heart of Central Asia," by Phillip Shishkin, who spent 10 years as a correspondent for "The Wall Street Journal." More
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Notes Of An Iran Watcher
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