Post Tagged with: "Minorities"

  • Estonia: Twisted Tongues

    Estonia: Twisted Tongues

    TALLINN, Estonia | It’s a warm September day in central Tallinn, but the heat inside the hotel conference room has nothing to do with the baking sunlight. Fiery exchanges fly […]

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  • Georgia: Steps and Stumbles

    Georgia: Steps and Stumbles

    TBILISI, Georgia | As the last millennium drew to a close, Georgia’s once-excellent educational system, which nurtured mathematicians, doctors, philosophers, and historians in the early 20th century, was clearly on […]

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  • Which alphabet should they use?

    Uzbekistan: Dead Letter

    TASHKENT, Uzbekistan | A planned switch from a version of the Cyrillic script introduced for the Uzbek language under Joseph Stalin nearly 70 years ago to the Latin alphabet is […]

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  • Serbia: History to Order

    Serbia: History to Order

    Serbian politicians still view history teaching in public schools as an instrument for shaping historical memory and national consciousness in order to fit pre-determined national goals and purposes. This is […]

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  • Bosnia and Herzegovina: The World Under One Roof

    Bosnia and Herzegovina: The World Under One Roof

    SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Last year Omri Beeri traveled from Israel to Mostar to attend an international gymnasium, or high school.

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