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The country’s recent parliamentary elections show process of tentative change is real.
Conservative values and censorship means that artists and performers are tightly regulated.
Hopes for hi-tech entrepreneurship as an emerging market.
Ground-breaking IWPR research shows how access to information is changing.
Activists say that public awareness of humane treatment is growing.
16 Mar 01
Balkar leaders claim the Nalchik authorities are deliberately driving them from their ethnic homeland
19 Feb 01
Fifty years on, Stalin's legacy continues to haunt the North Caucasus
19 Feb 01
COMMENT. What is the Council of Europe's political agenda in the South Caucasus now that all three states have been granted member status?
6 Feb 01
Controversial police chief appointments call into question the Serbian government's commitment to reform
19 Jan 01
Moscow forestalls criticisms of prejudice by staging a landmark trial in the North Caucasus
12 Jan 01
The Karachai and the Balkars stage a landmark conference aimed at highlighting their mutual grievances
20 Oct 00
Virtual isolation and bleak economic conditions have forced many Ingush to turn to a life of crime and drug-dealing
13 Oct 00
The first in a two-part series examining the roots of conflict in the North Caucasus
11 Aug 00
Nearly 60 student groups from the former Soviet Union attend a Nalchik festival aimed at uniting young people against military conflict
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