Around the Bloc

30 March 2017
Corruption Is Normal, Russian Students Told

A dozen people from Alexei Navalny’s opposition group remain in jail after massive anti-government protests.

 
30 March 2017
Russia to Step Up Arctic Development

While Putin talks energy projects and security in the far north, Deputy PM Rogozin promises to protect its fragile environment.

 
29 March 2017
Soros-Funded CEU Faces Closure

A Hungarian draft law would impose stringent conditions on the private graduate school. 

 
29 March 2017
Gotovina Film Reopens Old Yugoslav Wounds

Serbs denounce use of Bosnian military equipment in Croat-made film about the controversial general.

 
29 March 2017
Serbia’s Vucic Cancels Kosovo Visit

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.

 
29 March 2017
Second Kyrgyz Opposition Leader Faces Graft Probe

Country’s president is trying to stifle his opponents and the media, critics charge.

 
28 March 2017
Montenegro’s NATO Bid Enters Home Stretch
Washington is betting the tiny country can curb Russian influence in southeastern Europe.
 
28 March 2017
Albania Braces for Communist-Era Revelations
Opening up secret files could make or break political careers, reveal dark family truths.
 
28 March 2017
More Discontent in Russia as Truckers Strike

Protest organizers say 10,000 trucks will block roads and disrupt traffic across the country.

 
28 March 2017
Tajik Army Begins Exercises With Russians – and Americans

China’s presence on the porous Tajik-Afghan border is also rising.

 

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