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Europe & Eurasia

Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

Global Voices

IWPR Ukraine project manager Katya Laba. (Photo: IWPR)
Interview
18 Apr 19
Public anger over corruption and a wave of populism may herald big political changes.
In honour of Nowruz, the main street of the city is closed to pedestrians. (Photo: IWPR Georgia)
Photo Essay
5 Apr 19
Amid the festivities, issues of integration and representation remain.
Jens Stoltenberg, Head of NATO, during the interview with Vazha Tavberidze, IWPR contributor in Georgia.
Interview
29 Mar 19
Treaty organisation will not allow Russia to influence accession.
Police clash with women marching on the International Women’s Day in Baku. (Photo: AzadliqRadiosu)
Comment
28 Mar 19
State repression means that something as simple as a call for gender equality cannot be tolerated.
It’s important for Nazarbayev to keep Tokayev committed to his political legacy. (Photo: akorda.kz)
Comment
27 Mar 19
A surprise transition which may have been planned for a long time.
Nazarbayev and Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev during the handover ceremony (Photo: akorda.kz)
Interview
21 Mar 19
How will Kazakstan’s leader be remembered for his 30 years in power?
Nursultan Nazarbaev during his TV address announcing his resignation. (Photo: Kazak president's press service website)
20 Mar 19
The veteran leader is in no rush to give up real authority.
The inside of the church yard, where the food to the poor is served. (Photo: IWPR)
11 Mar 19
Converts try to keep a low profile amid growing uncertainty about their religion’s status.
Aleksey Malashenko, chief researcher at the Dialogue of Civilisations institute. (Photo: Timur Toktonaliev/IWPR)
Interview
5 Mar 19
What the fall of the Islamic State means for the region.
CABAR organised meeting on sinology development in Kyrgyzstan. (Photo: CABAR.asia)
Project Highlight
3 Mar 19
Event hears that investing in sinology is a national interest.

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