RFE/RL looked closely at Kyrgyz President Kurmanbek Bakiev's decision in February to evict American troops from the strategic Manas air base.
The Russian and Ukrainian service delivered daily coverage of the "gas war" between the two countries in January.
In the weeks leading up to the parliamentary elections in Turkmenistan on December 14, RFE/RL's Turkmen Service faced government harassment in its attempts to cover the story.
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Daniel Fried tells RFE/RL that a deal between Armenia and Azerbaijain on Nagorno-Karabakh by year's end is "possible, but not inevitable."
As the EU eases sanctions on Belarus and Uzbekistan, French Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Human Rights Rama Yade speaks with RFE/RL
RFE/RL has launched a new half-hour television program for Belarusians who have come to rely on RFE/RL for uncensored news and information about their country.
Following an historic trip to Armenia last weekend, Turkish President Abdullah Gul tells RFE/RL that Turkey is "making a move in the Caucasus" and that his visit to Yerevan will "serve stability in the region."
Marking the first-ever visit of a Moldovan head of state to RFE/RL's Prague headquarters, Moldovan Prime Minister Zinaida Greceanji met with journalists and answered a wide range of questions.
RFE/RL's Tea Absaridze is blogging daily from from her hometown of Poti, a vital Black Sea port that has suffered Russian bombardment and occupation since fighting broke out last month.