CRS Issue 17 | Institute for War and Peace Reporting


CRS Issue 17

Emil Danielyan
4 Feb 00
The trial in Armenia of a former interior minister appears to be satisfying the public's hunger for political scapegoats.
ZaZa Chitanava
4 Feb 00
Inhabitants of the only remaining Georgian enclave in Abkhazia feel they are living on borrowed time.
Viatcheslav Morozov
4 Feb 00
Acting President Putin's phenomenal popularity is founded on his vision of a "strong state" prepared to ride roughshod over democratic principles.
Andrei Matyash
4 Feb 00
Russia claims to have driven the Chechens out of Grozny, but others suggest it struck a humiliating deal to save itself further embarrassment at the hands of the rebels.
Michael Randall
4 Feb 00
Radio Liberty reporter Andrei Babitsky makes a surprise appearance on TV as furious speculation over his fate reaches fever pitch
Mark Grigorian
4 Feb 00
Sparks are flying in cyberspace as the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict takes on a new and unexpected dimension.