Arts & Culture

16 June 2004
A Time To Reflect Premium
The opening of a state-sponsored Holocaust Memorial Center in Budapest inspires surprising political unity after years of bickering.
By Balint Molnar
21 May 2004
Homes of the Gentry Premium
Two studies of Russians and their houses shed light on social class and social change.
By Robert Cottrell
Serving Two Masters: 'Zelary'
12 May 2004
Serving Two Masters Premium
Can the Czech movie industry keep doing what it's done so well for so long?
By Peter Hames
Baghdad on the Vistula
29 April 2004
Baghdad on the Vistula Premium
Poles are embracing Arabic culture and language at a record pace.
By Jakub Jedras
Orient Express
22 April 2004
Ticket to Ride Premium
In prose and poetry as in much else, 'enlargement' is a one-way journey to an unknown destination.
By Christina Manetti
10 April 2004
Elusively Modern Premium
Serbian avant-garde architecture comes in from the cold.
By Radomira Sedlakova
7 April 2004
A Language in Retreat Premium
Lukashenka once said Belarusian was incapable of conveying profound thoughts.
By Dzmitry Markusheuski
Cover photo. Copyright Andrew Testa
24 March 2004
An Idea in Search of a Country Premium
A new study of Albanians' political strivings through history.
By Eleanor Pritchard
21 November 2003
A Lobby Losing Its Power Premium
By Heiko Pleines


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