For the second time in less than a year, Social Democrat top brass push a prime minister out of office.
Government proposal to legalize the trade would give cryptocurrencies a major boost.
Country accepted 1,300 people last year in face of government’s official anti-Muslim and anti-migrant line.
Ministers are at odds over police reshuffle, amid allegations that superiors turned a blind eye to suspect’s behavior.
In their new book, two French scholars provide valuable insights on Balkan history over the past 200 years.By John K. Cox
The most important feminist you probably never heard of died in late October, a brave woman still dreaming of a better future.By Kristen R. Ghodsee
In charge of spending “money from Allah,” the Kadyrov Foundation has become an institution in itself in Chechnya, overseeing a web of companies connected to the political elite. From the Caucasian Knot.
It has taken almost a decade, much of it filled with intrigue, to settle outstanding questions over the estate of a multibillionaire once considered the wealthiest man in Georgia.By Claudia Harmata
Far from being Brussels’ darling, Viktor Orban has, however, endeared himself to some European leaders who admire his pragmatism and political know-how.By MARTIN EHL
Top academics are still debating why the USSR collapsed and whether the West could have done more in the early 1990s to secure a well-functioning democracy in Russia.By PETER RUTLAND
More just a strain on Balkan pockets, roaming charges over EU borders are another example of how deeper regional integration could make everyone’s life easier.By BOYKO VASSILEV
If they prove successful, the newly appointed prime minister’s plans could bring PiS the popularity boost it needs to cement its rule.By MARTIN EHL
In the wrong doses, the stick-and-carrot approach to EU funds for Central Europe might stoke precisely the tendencies that Brussels aims to keep in check.By MARTIN EHL
A decade after its founding, the ‘Sever Bocu’ press museum is making a name among institutions devoted to preserving southeastern European cultural history.By PETER GROSS
The similar personalities of the two most prominent figures in Bulgarian politics could prove a valuable asset for their collaboration.By BOYKO VASSILEV
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