Hasan Huseynli's works on seemingly innocuous educational issues, but his case matches others involving rights activists and political dissidents.
But prosecution probes reliability of Mladic defence witness.
Interview with IWPR Caucasus editor Oliver Bullough.
Officials want alliance to offer something concrete this autumn, if membership plan isn't on the table.
Campaign groups now find that politicians are interested in their causes.
Kyrgyzstan's growing ties with Moscow give it added clout in region but could prove a liability.
Government trying to co-opt unions into unified structure and punish any stragglers.
Continuing discord comes after government tried to act as impartial mediator.
Global Voices: Europe/Eurasia
Highlights from IWPR’s Central Asia network of analysis and investigations.
In Kazakstan, ArcelorMittal Temirtau, the country's largest mining company, enjoyed state support for decades. But the death of 46 miners in October brought this backing to an end. Meanwhile, in Uzbekistan, Tajik nationals serving sentences on espionage charges in Uzbek prisons ask for a review of their cases.
Elsewhere, CABAR gets a unique insight into two of the eight Catholic nunneries still operating in northern Kazakstan.
Journalists need training and support to properly cover war crimes trials.
Some women face Adana's male-dominated traffic chaos for a living.
Recent murder highlights widespread discrimination and violence against LGBTI people.