Opposition Groups Grew More Active, with Mixed Political Results. Georgian and Azerbaijani Economies Continued Their Downward Spiral; Armenia's Leveled Off. In Spite of Cease-fire Agreements,No End to the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Was in Sight

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