Media

27 January 2015
Putin and the Thin Line Between Love and Hate

Many who take Russia’s temperature for a living predict the current ardor for its president won't survive a prolonged crisis.

By Aleksander Kolesnichenko
 
19 January 2015
No New Cease-Fire for Ukraine, Mass Killing in Armenia Prompts a Call from Putin

Plus, jihadists reportedly expand their recruitment drive in Kyrgyzstan, and rights groups protest the jailing of a Macedonian journalist. 

By Timothy Spence
 
12 January 2015
Bosnia’s Leaders Come Together – To Attack a Media Foe

Officials in the country’s two entities can cooperate when their own dodgy interests are stake.

By Tihomir Loza
 
8 January 2015
Contempt of Court

Bulgaria’s judiciary is in dire need of reform, but making changes will be harder than most people expect.

By Boyko Vassilev
 
18 December 2014
Ghost in the Machine

Yanukovych may have left Ukraine, but some of his plans for restricting the Internet live on.

By Sergiy Rachinsky
 

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