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2 Jun 09
Continued closure of Russian-Georgian border crossing leaves Armenia cut off from its most important market.
26 May 09
Farmers complain they are being forced to subsidise a government work-creation scheme.
15 May 09
Georgian leader’s foes dismiss reported mutiny as a stunt put up by the authorities to distract public from protests.
15 May 09
Unexplained shooting of 13 people in Baku feeds speculation about foreign ”terrorist” plots aimed at undermining stability.
8 May 09
The recent warming in the relations of the two estranged neighbours provokes ambiguous reactions in Nagorny Karabakh.
8 May 09
The recent warming in the relations of the two estranged neighbours provokes ambiguous reactions in Nagorny Karabakh.
1 May 09
Exports nosedive as an unintended consequence of Moscow’s diplomatic gesture of friendship.
27 Apr 09
Perceived cooling in relationship between Ankara and Baku may have ramifications for the latter’s energy strategy.
21 Apr 09
It looks as if the president may pull off his gamble to simply ignore the wave of protests demanding his resignation.
17 Apr 09
If Ankara is serious about putting relations with Yerevan onto a new footing, it will reopen the border crossings it closed in 1993.

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