U.S. intelligence agencies are investigating reports that government-backed hackers may have penetrated Democratic Party servers.
Strict new regulations don’t amount to a ban but leave the company no choice but to suspend its service in the Hungarian capital.
Taking a leaf out of Orwell’s 1984, the exhibition shows media materials critical of Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, labeled ‘lies.’
Warsaw’s decision to integrate several villages into the city of Opole could end up stripping the local German minority of a number of their current rights.
Critics say the local NGO running the complex has to do a much better job of marking the past of the former concentration camp.
Did the Warsaw Summit represent a significant new development – as is argued both by NATO lobbyists and by the blowhards in Moscow?By Peter Rutland
Armenia’s largest ethnic minority fears the impact of administrative reform on local-language education.By epress.am
The Czech capital hosts the 2016 European Rubik’s Cube Championship, as the cube, a Hungarian invention, comes home to Central Europe.By Elizabeth Potter and Gillian Rochkind
Russia’s privileged young millennials are savvy and sophisticated but also disillusioned, paranoid, and politically apathetic.By Violeta Davoliute
Deposed in 1946 by the Communist takeover, only to become prime minister more than half a century later, the last Bulgarian monarch is still leading a busy life.By Lyubomir Martinov
The grim fate of Russia’s energy economy.By Matthew Finkel
Czech President Milos Zeman is stepping up the political ante by mentioning a Brexit-like referendum.By MARTIN EHL
“Frenemies” will likely become the best way to describe the changed relationship between the region and Britain.By MARTIN EHL
The Slovak president and NGO sector are at least trying to figure out what to do next – unlike most of the political elite.By MARTIN EHL
Some recent cases in Romania and Hungary are heartening, but much more is needed to improve trust in public institutions.By MARTIN EHL
Civic activists appear to have a better chance at effecting change than traditional parties.By MARTIN EHL
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.
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