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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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26 May 05
The Georgian government welcomes Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan project - environmentalists are less happy.
26 May 05
After a decade of political manoeuvring, Azerbaijan launches major oil pipeline to the West.
21 Feb 05
Turkomans and Arabs object to Kurdish plans to draw oil-rich Kirkuk into a separate autonomous region of Iraq.
21 Feb 05
The United States needs to look beyond existing political parties to establish genuine pluralism in Iraq.
21 Feb 05
Iraqis felt a surge of happiness at seeing Japanese troops bowing to the citizens of Samawa.
21 Feb 05
Foundations now being laid for the future appear to contain the seeds of a civil war.
21 Feb 05
Iraqi civil society activists want to get rid of old style top-down politics of exclusivity and intrigue.
21 Feb 05
Opposition leaders in Northern Iraq believe the US has moved closer towards supporting fundamental political regime changes, including de-Ba'athification.
21 Feb 05
Few in the Middle East believe Washington seeks to intervene in Iraq for anything but self-interested reasons.
21 Feb 05
IWPR’s project seeks to strengthen Iraqi debate over the risks and prospects of potential conflict.

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