Around the Bloc
Russia Hit With Massive Yukos Judgment, Georgia Charges Saakashvili With Abusing Office

Plus, a Macedonian archeologist is jailed in smuggling case and a Bosnian leader decries flood donors’ mistrust.

By Barbara Frye, Ioana Caloianu, and Mane Grigoryan
28 July 2014
Around the Bloc
Ukrainian, Bulgarian Governments Fall

Plus, Europe’s top rights court slams Poland over CIA renditions and two more anti-Putin protesters receive long prison sentences.

By Ky Krauthamer, Ioana Caloianu, Mane Grigoryan, and Madeleine Stern
25 July 2014
Books
Bosnia’s Great Wars

An important new study changes the way we look at Yugoslavia’s military triumphs and disasters.

By Neven Andjelic
25 July 2014
Around the Bloc
Russia Shrugs off Sanctions, Czech Government Falters Over Gas Tax

Plus, tensions rise still further in Nagorno-Karabakh and bad weather traps hundreds of climbers in Kyrgyzstan.

By Piers Lawson, Ioana Caloianu, Mane Grigoryan and Madeleine Stern
24 July 2014
Society
Lost in the Flood

Shoddy, illegal settlements and more frequent weather catastrophes make the Balkans’ Roma communities increasingly perilous places.

By Mariana Ionova
24 July 2014
Around the Bloc
NATO Members Call for Bastion in the East as Putin Plans Serbia Visit

Plus, Ukraine may prosecute Russian officials and oligarchs for aiding rebels, and international donors pledge billions in Balkan flood relief.

By Ky Krauthamer, Ioana Caloianu, Mane Grigoryan, and Madeleine Stern
23 July 2014
Around the Bloc
Soccer Stars in Donetsk Mutiny, Poland Challenges EU Tobacco Rules

Plus, opposition leader’s lawyer arrested in Tajikistan and Bosnia mourns victims of 1992 massacre.

By Ky Krauthamer, Ioana Caloianu, Mane Grigoryan, and Madeleine Stern
22 July 2014
Society
What’s in a Number?

It's been 12 years since Macedonia conducted a census, but it could still be too soon to contemplate.

By Uffe Andersen
22 July 2014

COLUMNS

Middle Europa
Slovenia’s New Hope

The man who could be the next prime minister has had a meteoric rise, but he has said little about the country’s most fundamental problems.

By MARTIN EHL
15 July 2014
Boyko Vassilev
Balkan Eye
The War to Remember and Forget

In some ways World War I killed Bulgaria’s last, best dream, but it doesn’t have to stay dead.

By BOYKO VASSILEV
3 July 2014
Middle Europa
Poland's Tarnished Golden Age

The release of compromising recordings of top officials takes the shine off a time of self-congratulation.

By MARTIN EHL
1 July 2014
Russian Unorthodox
Russia’s Buttinski Nomenklatura

From panties to cigarettes to shoes to cancer drugs, they know what’s best for everyone.

By GALINA STOLYAROVA
26 June 2014
The New EU
An Inscrutable Ally

The Czech leader’s remarks on NATO and Russia are a source of worry and puzzlement in some quarters.

By KATERINA SAFARIKOVA
18 June 2014
Middle Europa
Will the Visegrad Four Survive Ukraine?

The crisis to the east is severely testing cooperation in Central Europe. 

By MARTIN EHL
17 June 2014
Balkan Eye
The Vanishing of the Russophiles

Bulgaria’s vocal pro-Russia majority turned out to be a minority when it came time to cast ballots.

By BOYKO VASSILEV
5 June 2014

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Dushanbe suspected in Google, YouTube blackouts
By Transitions Online, 16 June 2014
Czech IT potential up and coming among OECD countries
By Anna Kotlabova, Transitions Online, 11 June 2014
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Dark-Skinned Danger
By Barbara Frye, 24 February 2014
Romanian president fined for anti-Roma slurs
By Transitions Online, 17 February 2014
Europe’s culture capital builds segregation wall
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All Roma need is work and respect in order to change their lifestyles
By Mária Hušová, 15 July 2013
A First in History
By Uffe Andersen, 8 July 2013
Next in Line
In Macedonia, Dividends on Efforts to Keep Roma in School
By Daniel Petrovski , 4 March 2013
Turkey Without Europe
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Vukowar and peace
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