An ambitious infrastructure project in Afghanistan risks exacerbating scarcities in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan.
Armenians living in the Lachin corridor, which will soon be handed over, refuse to leave.
The occupying forces are appointing local sympathisers to run services and private enterprises in the southern region. But it’s not working out as planned.
The Islamic Republic's re-entry into international markets may inject new life into the region’s economy.
Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda says there are reasonable grounds to look into crimes allegedly committed during 2008 conflict.
Concerns that militant and drug-trafficking threats might rise after NATO-led forces leave Afghanistan.
As court winds up its work, Bosnian communities don’t all buy into the common historical narrative it was supposed to provide.
Politicians rush to claim triumph for their own particular group, even though census data on ethnicity hasn’t come out yet.
Observers say lessons urgently need to be learnt from prosecution failings.