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25 April 2005
A Government Decapitated Premium
Prime Minister Stanislav Gross finally falls on his sword, but his government rises from the grave.
By TOL
 
Enver Haradinaj funeral
25 April 2005
Shots in the Dark Premium
Leading Kosovars try to decipher the meaning behind a spate of high-profile attacks.
By TOL
 
23 April 2005
Going After the Public Broadcaster
Slovenia’s journalists are up in arms over a new media bill viewed as an attempt to turn the country's public broadcaster into state-run TV station.
By Ales Gaube
 
Funeral of Elmar Huseinov
13 March 2005
An Unvirtuous Circle Premium
The Azeri government should respond to the murder of an opposition journalist by reform. It needs to: the political atmosphere is charged and unhealthy, argues Freedom House.
By Christopher Walker
 
7 March 2005
Silencing a Monitor Premium
The Azeri opposition, human rights activists, and fellow journalists say Elmar Huseynov's killing was politically motivated. From EurasiaNet.
By Shahin Abbasov
 
4 March 2005
Blindly to the Urns Premium
Many Moldovans will go to the polls blinded by one-sided media coverage or color-blinded by the Communists’ EU fervor.
By Laura Niculescu
 
4 March 2005
‘A Compromise for Kosovo’ Premium
In an interview marking a year in office, Prime Minister Kostunica says the future of Kosovo is in a state union with Serbia and Montenegro.
By Dusko B. Vukajlovic
 
Opposition supporters, Kyrgyzstan, February 2005
23 February 2005
Akaev's Acrid Legacy
The Akaev government has all but squandered its potential to be remembered as a progressive force. The danger now is that it will pull Kyrgyzstan into chaos.
By Aaron Rhodes
 
17 February 2005
Buttoned Down Premium
A Hungarian reporter investigates abuses of the job-subsidy program for disabled people. From Magyar Narancs.
By Sebestyen Nagy
 
10 February 2005
Silencing the Media Premium
Foreign media moguls are trying to rein in Romania’s reporters.
By Tom Gallagher
 

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