David Lynch plans to launch film festival and cinematography institute in Georgia.
A representative from German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party allegedly received payments as part of the money laundering operation.
Controversial Czech firm pulls out of deal, raising questions about what comes next. From EurasiaNet.org.By Nurjamal Djanibekova
While there are some stars, many countries are still unable to maximize the potential of their potentially rich human resources, to the detriment of their economies.
White House envoy says he will discuss the Ukraine war with Kremlin official next month.
More amusement zone than traditional island of greenery, Zaryadye Park is a sibling of New York’s High Line.
Those advocating for removing historical statues in the U.S. would be well-served to examine the debates in the former Soviet Union about tearing down the figures of the past.By David Mould
Despite being stripped of its funding after the collapse of the Soviet Union, Yerevan’s famed blind choir is still fighting for its existence. From JAMnews.By Gayane Mkrtchyan
Poaching in the Chernobyl zone continues, and it’s not hard to see why. From Euroradio.
Four generations of Moldovan teachers talk about the lessons of Soviet-era deportations to Siberia. From Ziarul de Garda.By Maria Svet
Two young people from Bucharest brought to life the history and culinary traditions of an ethnic German village in Romania. From Decat o Revista.By Ana Maria Ciobanu and Mircea Restea
While Russia remains Armenia’s guarantor of security and most important trading partner, resentment over the hugely unequal relationship is growing. From JAMnews.By Naira Hayrumyan
With cave dwellings going back centuries, the picturesque Armenian town has all it takes to be a popular tourist attraction. From JAMnews.
The sprawling, Chinese-led St. Sofia project will include hotels, casinos, office spaces and residential areas.
‘A woman who was kidnapped should tolerate everything, there is no other way out,’ a victim believes, whereas the men responsible rarely face serious punishment. From JAMnews.By Naniko Sisvadze
Displaced by the war in the east of Ukraine, ethnic Roma struggle to find acceptance elsewhere amid enduring racism and prejudice. From Hromadske.By Anastasia Kanareva and Bogdan Kinashchuk
It doesn’t make sense to apply a postmodern interpretation of societies that are only now undergoing the modernization process.By MARTIN EHL
Should we read anything into the latest macho poses of the president?By PETER RUTLAND
Could Macron’s tactics on workers’ pay backfire and benefit the region’s populists?By MARTIN EHL
Bulgaria and Macedonia sign a historical treaty that could prove a key turning point in a region riddled with identity questions.By BOYKO VASSILEV
Activist, ideologically driven reporting isn’t what we need to fight back against the endemic media capture across the region.By PETER GROSS
Behind the Polish strongman’s drive for legislative changes lie issues that need to be addressed.By MARTIN EHL
A summer of attacks by Roma has Bulgaria again looking for answers, but, this time, politicians might actually be serious about it.By BOYKO VASSILEV
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It is a unique and intimate map of the nation.
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