Arts & Culture

16 August 2004
Anthem Frenzy Premium
Should they win any gold at Athens, Serbia and Montenegro’s athletes will listen to the old Yugoslav anthem.
By Sasha Grubanovic
 
2 August 2004
Another ‘Nest’ Falls Premium
The internationally known and privately funded European Humanities University in Minsk is forced to shut its doors.
By Mikhail Vanyashkin
 
2 August 2004
Education as Proxy War Premium
Schoolchildren and orphans have become the latest victims of the conflict between the Republic of Moldova and the separatist Transdniester region.
By Vitalie Dogaru
 
29 July 2004
Mistress of the Dance Premium
How a beloved women's gymnastics coach found new life creating brash, Broadway-style shows inspired by her country's history.
By Polia Alexandrova and Violet Feng
 
26 July 2004
The Bridge over the River Neretva Premium
It may not bridge all the differences between Bosnian Muslims and Croats, but the attention paid to Mostar’s Old Bridge may reawaken them to the truth that it doesn’t hurt to be civilized with one another.
By TOL
 
21 July 2004
After the Cold Rush Premium
Instead of relocating Siberia's elderly to warmer climes, say the authors of 'The Siberian Curse,' Russia should subsidize them until they die off.
By Sarah Hurst
 
15 July 2004
Shtromas Revealed Premium
A posthumous collection by a Lithuanian Jewish scholar who was a dissident in more ways than one.
By Leonidas Donskis
 
Rila monastery
9 July 2004
Great Expectations Premium
Low prices and beautiful scenery have foreign tourists and investors flocking to Bulgaria. Is there a downside?
By Konstantin Vulkov and Polia Alexandrova
 
The Transformation of Central Asia
23 June 2004
Time's Up for the Great Game Premium
Eight young scholars take a welcome step toward transforming academic and political discourse on Central Asia.
By Robert A. Saunders
 

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