Arts & Culture

23 March 2006
Swan Song? Premium
Does the failure of Serbia and Montenegro to choose a Eurovision contestant foreshadow the failure of the state union?
By Nela Lazarevic
15 March 2006
On the Road with Stasiuk Premium
Polish writer Andrzej Stasiuk's prizewinning anti-guidebook to the new Europe.
By Christina Manetti
27 February 2006
Performing Politics Premium
It is important to acknowledge the complex processes that influence the use of labels such as “Roma.”
By Adriana Helbig
23 February 2006
Sharp Elbows Premium
An anthropologist finds that Russians in two European cities live in separate, often competing subgroups.
By Boris Kagarlitsky
22 February 2006
Set Free the Bears Premium
A Bosnian movie wins the Golden Bear in Berlin and draws attention to the plight of some of Bosnia’s most vulnerable war victims.
By Mirna Skrbic
15 February 2006
European Helots Premium
Roma continue to be objects of spatial segregation, spatial cleansing, and ghettoization on a European scale, a new study contends.
By Andras L. Pap
10 February 2006
Friendship and Immunity Premium
A tragic incident highlights the volatility of Romania’s friendship with America.
By Razvan Amariei
1 February 2006
The Center Ground Premium
Liberal thought knows no boundaries, Stefan Auer writes.
By Leonidas Donskis


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