New generation of Serbian journalists grapples with ethics and challenges of tackling dark side of their country’s recent history.
The idea of civil society as conceived by the government is a pretence.
With little popular support, Sanjar Umarov hoped the West would back his calls for political change, but this proved illusory.
With their experience of western misrule, Africans appear sceptical that the West will now do the right thing – in Zimbabwe or elsewhere on the continent.
As well as inviting investors to come in, the government will have to offer them a level playing-field before the money starts piling in.
Alisher Saipov was a highly respected journalist who made it his mission to write for Central Asian as well as foreign readers.
Elderly men often take young women as their brides - but their families don’t always approve.
A swift end to the multinational military presence would lead to mayhem, with the army still incapable of holding down armed militias and al-Qaeda insurgents.