- 19 December 2014
- The Lukashenka Code
- Book excerpt: Why is the Belarusian leader so reviled in the West yet so firmly entrenched at home?
- By Grigory Ioffe
- 11 December 2014
- Coming Home to Rus'
A new book sheds light on the historical origins of the deadly farce playing out in the Donbas.
- By Violeta Davoliute
- 17 November 2014
- ‘Nothing is True and Everything is Possible’
A new book presents a Russia with no rules and no certainty in tomorrow. From openDemocracy.
- By Natalia Antonova
- 3 September 2014
- The Monumental Monday-Morning Baltic Hangover
The Baltic states are leaking people, human capital, and public spirit. And they invested heavily in the neoliberal austerity dogma. Are the two phenomena related?
- By Leonidas Donskis
- 25 July 2014
- Bosnia’s Great Wars
An important new study changes the way we look at Yugoslavia’s military triumphs and disasters.
- By Neven Andjelic
- 16 May 2014
- A Homeless People
- A gripping work of history traces with breadth and compassion the Circassians’ brutal expulsion from the Caucasus.
- By Rebecca Gould
- 28 April 2014
- Europe, U.S. Weigh More Russia Sanctions, UN Urges Belarus to End Executions
Plus, military suicides continue to alarm in Azerbaijan and the U.S. sends more troops to reassure Poland and the Baltics.
- By Ioana Caloianu, Barbara Frye, Annabel Lau, Piers Lawson, and Lily Sieradzki
- 23 April 2014
- What's Yours Is Mine
Instead of drawing them closer, Azerbaijan and Iran’s shared heritage creates bad blood.
- By Shahla Sultanova
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