24 November 2004
Of Men and Bears Premium
An attack by a rabid bear is forcing authorities in Romania to make hard choices at a time when a shrinking habitat, declining food sources, and poaching may be making Romania’s bears an endangered species.
By Razvan Amariei
5 November 2004
A Growing Problem Premium
With only a few years before possible entry into the EU, rural Romania is showing little sign of becoming more like the rest of Europe.
By Andrew Cartwright
11 October 2004
Uncorking a Debate Over Bottles Premium
A proposed new Hungarian law on beverage containers is unlikely to stem the tide of plastic.
By Judit Szakacs
24 September 2004
Airing Grievances Premium
Residents of the Serbian city of Pancevo are speaking up about the health hazard of living in this industrial town.
By Sasa Markovic
19 July 2004
When an Asset is a Threat Premium
Recent floods highlight Tajikistan's inability to harness one of its most valuable resources--water. A partner post from EurasiaNet.
By Konstantin Parshin
21 June 2004
Talking Trash Premium
Plans to ship Italian waste to Albania raise the ire of civic groups and local businesses and lower the already damaged ratings of the prime minister.
By Altin Raxhimi
28 May 2004
The Death of Green Spaces Premium
They may have botanical names, but there is no disguising that the cafes blossoming in Yerevan are destroying parks – and bearing rich fruits for public officials.
By Edik Baghdasaryan
24 May 2004
Like Caviar and Vodka Premium
The Kyoto Protocol looks certain to come into force thanks to Russia after the EU backs Russia's bid to join the World Trade Organization.
By Vladimir Kovalev
24 May 2004
Fuming Less Premium
Europe's agreement with Russia over the Kyoto Protocol and the WTO ends a complicated chapter of history and opens a simpler, albeit rather depressing, new one.
The Environment: The Good News
7 May 2004
The Good News ... Premium
What happened to all the belching smokestacks, sickly forests, and dead rivers that filled Western media coverage of Central and Eastern Europe after the fall of the Iron Curtain?
By Andreas Beckmann


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