A Czech village comes slowly back to life by integrating its Roma and emphasizing education.
A leading Polish intellectual who fought against the old regime says his generation focused too much on freedom with little thought to issues of social solidarity and inequality. From Gazeta Wyborcza.
Plus, the Russian co-owner of Montenegro’s huge aluminum plant sues the government and Brussels shifts gears on Bosnia.
Yardsticks vary, but however you measure it, teachers are underpaid across the post-communist world, with grave implications for the quality of education.
Plus, Kosovo towns try to cut nepotism in the schools and a Hague court hears the Serbia-Croatia genocide case.
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