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Alexander Zhadan served as a gatekeeper and provided counsel, all while acquiescing to the crackpot megalomania that gripped both the presidents he served. Eurasianet’s weekly briefing.
Tashkent is eager not to be seen as endorsing anti-war positions.
Moscow’s attempts to stifle internet freedom and further isolate the country from the rest of the world appear to be ramping up in the second year of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
The documents and wiretapped conversations in the Volner case unveil a country run in a mafia-style way, where state bodies collaborate with criminals and the justice system covers up any involvement of high-ranking officials.
News channel's director live streamed Robert Fico's speech to party meeting on public holiday without informing broadcaster's director-general.
Roskomnadzor targets Russian-language coverage not in line with Kremlin’s official narrative on the conflict.
Fugitive former mafia boss, who’s been struggling for scoops, has got his cat back among the pigeons.
Monument to the Liberators of Soviet Latvia and Riga from the German Fascist Invaders becomes the latest memorial to fall in the Baltic states in the wake of the Russian invasion of Ukraine
After so-called anti-terrorism operation in GBAO that may have led to the deaths of 40 or more people, many Pamiris said to be living in fear of return to violent 1990s conflict.
Russia is close to signing off a new "national project" focused on increasing the domestic tech sector. It hopes that Chinese and domestic production will be able to cover 100% of tech import substitution needs by 2024.
China’s support for Russia’s military campaign in Ukraine is largely rhetorical and Beijing won’t endanger its own relations with the West to support the Kremlin’s act of aggression on its neighbour.
A cratering economy, the world’s slowest internet, and the army takes charge of food production. This and more in Eurasianet's weekly Turkmenistan briefing.
Belarus' President Alexander Lukashenko made it clear that Minsk’s loyalties lie with Moscow and he would back Russia in the event of a Russian invasion of Ukraine, in a lengthy interview with RIA Novosti.
The small town of Nukus in the wastes of Uzbekistan’s Qizilqum (aka Kzyl-Kum) desert is the “Louvre of the Steppe.” The new building houses an Aladdin’s cave of lost Russian impressionist art, rescued from Stalin's terror of the 30s.
Russia’s retailed equity boom is gathering momentum and it is, like elsewhere, increasingly being driven by social media, according to a survey carried out by VTB Capital called “To the moon: Scoring social stock sentiment."
Russian internet watchdog Roskomnadzor has decided not to block Twitter after the US company deleted over 90% of the material the state organ had objected to, the organ said in a press release on May 15.
It’s been a bad few months to be a journalist. The world was outraged by the Israeli rocket attack in Gaza that destroyed the building that was home to UAE-backed Al Jazeera and the international news organisation AP.
An abruptly cut-off discussion between Slovenian PM Janez Jansa and MEPs confirms fears that Slovenia, like its northern neighbours Hungary and Poland, is on a collision course with the EU over values.
Experts looking at official numbers continue to worry virus is out of control in country or milder cases are going unconfirmed.