Once-positive relationships have been damaged by flare-ups in disputed frontier areas.
Lack of real reconciliation leaves Kyrgyz and Uzbek communities far apart.
Kazakstan’s former capital has become a magnet for ambitious young Central Asians, attracted not just by opportunities but also by welcoming environment.
Amman mixes secular and conservative identities.
New diplomatic staff tasked with rebuilding relations and recovering stolen state assets. Deputy mission chief Ahmed Gebreel talks about breaking with the Gaddafi regime.
Lod is economically depressed, but that has not led to ethnic strife in this unusually mixed Israeli town.
IWPR editor takes a walk in a neighbour where he used to fear death or kidnapping.
Like the unpopular bridge in the capital, President’s Saakashvili vision of Georgia hasn’t quite captured the public imagination.
Radio report by IWPR Congolese trainee elicits help for thousands of civilians uprooted by fighting in eastern DRC.
Four months after industrial action began, tensions still run high in Janaozen.