Education

3 July 2014
Hungary Could Land in Fiscal Doghouse, Risks from Afghanistan ‘Exaggerated’ in Central Asia

Plus, U.S. submits its new Russia envoy to Moscow for approval, and plagiarism mars academic research in Kazakhstan.

By Piers Lawson, Barbara Frye, Ioana Caloianu, Mane Grigoryan, and Madeleine Stern
 
30 June 2014
Russia Mounts Massive Military Exercises, Montenegrin Court SuspendsTabloid for Tarring Activist

Plus, scandals prompt Serbia to mull vetting officials’ academic claims and the Eurasian Union remains open to Ukrainian imports – for now. 

By Barbara Frye, Ioana Caloianu, Mane Grigoryan, and Madeleine Stern
 
Aleksandar Vucic
24 June 2014
Serbia’s Police Chiefs Get the Boot, Belarus Activist Unexpectedly Freed

Plus, Lithuania gets a green light to join the euro, and violence erupts in northern Kosovo.

By S. Adam Cardais, Rebecca Johnson, and Madeleine Stern
 
12 June 2014
The Noose Tightens for Democracy in Eurasia, Bulgaria’s Leader Poised to Resign

Plus, Croatia will try a Hungarian energy exec in absentia and a major Macedonian university launches studies in family values and ‘deviance.’

By Barbara Frye, Rebecca Johnson, and Madeleine Stern
 
10 June 2014
Crimea: One for the History Books

The Kremlin is moving fast to make sure Russian students learn the ‘correct’ version of the Crimean annexation.

By Halya Coynash
 

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