28 August 2000 Once again, language is in the news. Last week, the Latvian parliament passed amendments to a language law that the international community and the country’s large ethnic Russian minority claim is discriminatory. In Kyrgyzstan, two more presidential candidates were barred from running, after failing a Kyrgyz-language test: That provoked criticism from some […]

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