Most Azeris seem to be reacting positively–or at least not negatively–to the switch to the Latin alphabet. A TOL partner post from EurasiaNet. by Konul Khalilova After a decade-long wait, Azerbaijan has switched from the Cyrillic alphabet to Latin letters. Some observers predicted the move would foster social upheaval by isolating a significant portion of […]

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