Economy & Business

1 February 2013
Welcoming Oasis or Mirage? Premium

Turkmenistan says it wants to privatize some industries, but will this project just quietly go away, like so many others? From

By Murat Sadykov
30 January 2013
Ukraine Jails General in Gongadze Murder Case, Serbia to Probe NATO Bombing Premium

Plus, Serbia eyes a Chinese-built ditch across the Balkans and Mongolia readies a new showcase for its looted treasures.

By Joshua Boissevain, Ky Krauthamer, Anna Novosad, and Richard Parrish
25 January 2013
Slovenian PM Hangs On, Notorious Chechen Militants Killed Premium

Plus, a Croatian court issues a landmark war crimes verdict and Syrian Armenians flee to the Karabakh tinderbox.

By S. Adam Cardais, Ioana Caloianu, and Anna Novosad
23 January 2013
With Ergneti Gambit, Tbilisi Goes Shopping for a Deal Premium

Georgia’s government mulls re-opening a major market on the South Ossetian border in a bid to repair severed ties.

By Maia Edilashvili

23 January 2013
Serbia’s Last King Returns Home, Medvedev Heads to Davos Premium

Plus, Latvia suffers from euro-schizophrenia and Romania shuts down a populist tycoon’s TV station.

By Ky Krauthamer, Joshua Boissevain, Anna Novosad, Richard Parrish, and Nino Tsintsadze




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