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CRS Issue 4

IWPR
29 Oct 99
By Mikael Danialian in Yerevan (Published on October 29, 1999)
29 Oct 99
Armenia's stand off at its parliament may be at an end but the political fallout from Wednesday's televised carnage will linger for months yet.
Elmar Gusseinov
29 Oct 99
The idea of resignation on principle - even over such a sensitive issue as Nagorno-Karabakh - is a new one on most Azeri politicians. If the wave of departures from the Azeri government have a cause, it is little to do with honour.
David Petrosian
29 Oct 99
Armenia's president is weak and its prime minister is dead. Whatever follows the attack on the National Assembly, political change is inevitable.
IWPR
29 Oct 99
By Mark Grigorian in Tblisi (Published on October 29, 1999)
IWPR
29 Oct 99
Chechen refugees are trapped in limbo, unable to return to Grozny or leave the country while Russia and Ingushetia prevaricate on reopening the border.