Experts weigh in on the implications of the ‘nationalization’ of Ukrainian companies in the rebel-eastern part of the country. From Hromadske.By Yuri Petrushevski
A Hungarian draft law would impose stringent conditions on the private graduate school.
Premier planned to make a campaign stop in a Serbian-inhabited town, amid uncertainties whether Kosovo Serbs will be able to vote in Sunday’s election.
Country’s president is trying to stifle his opponents and the media, critics charge.
Protest organizers say 10,000 trucks will block roads and disrupt traffic across the country.
Can an ordinary Belarusian dress just like President Lukashenka?By Paulina Kaltavicanka
A newly launched business association will try to navigate between Islamic law and Russian legislation.
Street art speaks to locals in Mostar.By Bruno Stojcic and Asja Celebic
Will the Ukrainian capital become a new center of street art culture?By Viktoria Ischenko
The co-director of a documentary on female graffiti artists talks about the origins of the movement in Central Europe, the scene on the two sides of the Atlantic, and its future in the digital world.By Miyu Hayashi
Russian women marrying Muslim men convert to Islam in the certainty that a shared religion will strengthen their family, but most often cultural differences often win out. From openDemocracy.By Ekaterina Neroznikova
The anger in Belarus over a tax on the unemployed and other supposed freeloaders can be justified through the absurdity of the law itself.By Andrei Yeliseyeu
After years of living and working abroad, can homeward-bound Moldovans make their entrepreneurial dreams come true? From Ziarul de Garda.By Liliya Zakharia
Although Mikheil Saakashvili retained the UNM’s brand after its split, has he also damaged the party’s chances at acting as a stable opposition force?By JAM News
The Polish authorities are sacrificing citizens’ fundamental rights in a misguided strategy to increase security.By Anna Obem
More than half a year after the death of journalist Pavel Sheremet, his colleagues are frustrated about the apparent lack of progress in finding his killers. From Hromadske.
Moldova has been a regional leader in open government, but the media recently launched a campaign to highlight backtracking on commitments to greater transparency.
It’s far too easy to just blame the phobia of migrants on racism and xenophobia.By MARTIN EHL
The world watched, and watched, and watched.By PETER RUTLAND
Some Poles actually aren’t so comfortable with the values that the EU is pushing.By MARTIN EHL
Given the media’s role in recent elections, only a fool would think this year will be any better.By PETER GROSS
Flynn’s departure complicates the notion of a radical shift of U.S. policy on Russia, but how likely was that anyway?By PETER RUTLAND
Putin’s visit to Budapest is yet another signal of changing loyalties and orientations – once unthinkable just a few years ago.By MARTIN EHL
TOL's Summer Journalism Courses in Prague - Last places available!
July 2017- Data Journalism Boot Camp course and Going on Assignment in Prague - Special edition of Foreign Correspondent course
Practical training by respected journalists and media professionals. See TOL Education website for more information.
The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.
This innovative approach to story telling gives voice to ordinary people and takes the reader on the virtual trip across Moldovan rural and urban landscapes.
It is a unique and intimate map of the nation.
Economy & Business
Books & Culture