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23 Jul 10
Recent deadly bombing underscores fraught future of Iraqi tribal force that fought insurgents.
19 Jul 10
Politicians with paramilitary pasts enjoy impunity for past actions.
Many legislators stand accused of pursuing personal or factional interests while delivering precious little to their constituents. (Photo: USAID)
19 Jul 10
Most current parliamentarians plan to stand again, despite widespread public mistrust and disappointment.
10 Jun 10
Georgian officials pledge to do more to inform refugees of their rights after IWPR radio programme exposed lack of communication.
9 Jun 10
Georgian officials pledge to do more to inform refugees of their rights after IWPR radio programme exposed lack of communication.
Editorial Comment
3 Jun 10
There’s a need to build a national consensus over issues that are important for the Iraqi voter over next four years.
Gigi Ugulava, re-elected as mayor of Tbilisi, says he’s ready to work with the opposition. (Photo: Maia Avaliani)
3 Jun 10
Opposition defeated but undeterred, plans to use Tbilisi assembly as focal point for campaign to unseat Georgian president.
Karabakh voters turned out for parliamentary elections in force – but they didn't appear to have much of a choice. (Photo: Anahit Danielyan)
28 May 10
Politicians opposed to government have struggled to form organised opposition, perhaps because they don't wish to appear disloyal to Karabakh.
New and traditional media journalists share ideas and views in advance of joining forces for polling-day blog.
28 May 10
Groundbreaking discussion between new media, print and broadcast journalists prepares way for joint election blog.
As part of coalition-building talks, Kurdish negotiators will demand implementation of legislation concerning the future of Kirkuk. (Photo: Metrography)
20 May 10
As post-election talks loom, negotiators keep their counsel on likely alliances.

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