The Information-Analytic Center Eurasia is a news digest focusing on Central Asian countries, reporting on the region's political life, national relations and conflicts, leaders, parties and social movements, elections, nominations, economic and military problems. In Russian.
"Memorial" is a community of dozens of organizations in different regions of Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Latvia, and Georgia, for the "awakening and preservation of the societal memory of the severe political persecution in the recent past of the Soviet Union." The site is in Russian, English and German.
Homepage of David Mchedlishvili, resident of Tbilisi and the Head of the Automation Department of the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia. Though also a personal site (with CV, bio, etc.) the site also gives a list of excellent web resources and search engines for those interested in Georgian culture. A good deal of information on Georgian libraries is also available. In English.
The Caucasian Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development (CIPDD) is a Tbilisi (Republic of Georgia) -based independent think tank and publisher of the Georgian Chronicle, a monthly bulletin in English, covering the major trends in the political, social and economic life of Georgia.
The Citizens Democracy Corps was formed in 1990 by the American private sector to enlist American volunteers specifically in support of the transition to free market economies in the NIS and CEE. [Text from the homepage] The site includes background information as well as instructions for volunteering to consult with small businesses in Russia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, and the Balkan region.
The Music Under Soviet Rule Web pages are devoted to Soviet classical composers, including Shostokovich, Prokofiev, and Kancheli. The site has CD reviews, chronologies, and links to associated material.
Revelations of the Soviet Archives from the US Library of Congress contains over 30 directories with documents covering such topics as the Cold War, Collectivizaion, Chernobyl, Stalin, Perestroika, the KGB, Kulaks, Kirov Murders, Dissidents, WWII, the Ukrainian Famine, and others.