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Chechnya Tore Rights Movement Apart

Nabi Abdullaev, The Moscow Times (independent), Moscow, Russia, March 2, 2005

Unpeople, Dirty Wars and a Web of Deceit – Britain’s Foreign Policies

Paul Cochrane, contributing editor, January 6, 2005

Turn the Page, but Read It First: Why Europe and Turkey Must Now Address the Armenian Genocide

Nicolas Tavitian, Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU), Brussels, Belgium, January 4, 2005

Turkey at the Gates

Brent Gregston, contributing editor, Paris, France, December 31, 2004

Controversial Moves by Romanian President Before Exit

Manuela Paraipan, contributing editor, Arad, Romania, December 23, 2004

Chechnya — Who Holds the Key?

Andy Mason, contributing editor, London, England, December 22, 2004

Who Poisoned Yushchenko?

Zornitsa Stoyanova-Yerburgh, contributing editor, December 13, 2004

In Ukraine, a Franchised Revolution

K. Gajendra Singh, Asia Times Online (English-language), Hong Kong, November 26, 2004

No Easy Answers Around the World to Population Decline

The Scotsman (independent, moderate), Edinburgh, Scotland, October 15, 2004

Europe Ponders Arafat's Secret Bank Accounts

Helga Schmidt, Deutsche Welle (international broadcaster), Cologne, Germany, November 12, 2004


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