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

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17 Mar 00
Sandzak's future looks grim whatever the outcome of the escalating conflict between Serbia and Montenegro. The outbound buses are booked solid.
17 Mar 00
The Baku government's failure to improve social and economic conditions for women has forced many of them to turn to prostitution.
25 Feb 00
Investors are getting cold feet over plans to build a pipeline which would break the Russian and Iranian stranglehold on Caspian oil wells.
18 Feb 00
Baku takes action to thwart Armenian cyber forces following a spate of hacker attacks on Azeri websites.
18 Feb 00
Western counties are undermining their own efforts to starve Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic of cash.
11 Feb 00
Economic hardship has prompted Turkey to open the border with Armenia for the first time since the war over Karabakh.
28 Jan 00
The future of Armenian president Robert Kocharian is in doubt as investigators link his inner circle to the sensational murder of leading politicians last year.
28 Jan 00
Azeris fleeing persecution in Iran find their ethnic homeland is short on sympathy.
7 Jan 00
As Baku revels in a much-publicised "oil rush", questions are being asked about the true extent of the legendary reserves awaiting exploitation in the Caspian Sea basin.
23 Dec 99
Armenia needs to resolve its regional problems and build a Caucasus-wide security system or it will be forced to make the difficult choice between local alliance with the United States - or with Russia.

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