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
Oslobodjenje building
6 January 2005
Press Wars Premium
The latest Bosnian media war widens the gap between small, independent papers and the nationalist establishment.
By Mirna Skrbic
10 December 2004
Rape, Spies, and the Croatian Army Premium
Fresh spying and sexual assault allegations are engulfing Croatia. But will the revelations help the country’s security services clean up their act?
By Zeljka Vujcic
8 November 2004
Six Months in Purgatory Premium
A Palestinian forced to live in Prague airport for six months finally wins asylum--in Germany. From Infoservis.
By Michaela Kleckova
14 October 2004
An Unwitting Defender of the Free Press Premium
Embattled independent newspapers have turned to elderly women as an informal distribution system.
By Keli Dailey and Alex Kudrytski
17 September 2004
Where the Missing May Have Gone Premium
An account of the events in Beslan that may have angered the Kremlin. From Izvestiya.
By Nikolai Gritchin and Vadim Rechkalov
17 September 2004
Through the Looking Glass Premium
Russian newspapers asked some of the questions they should have about Beslan, but found few answers.
By Vladimir Vedrashko and Katya Zapletnyuk
Bogoljub Karic
19 August 2004
A Force to Be Reckoned With? Premium
Vera Didanovic from the Serbian newspaper Vreme profiles Bogoljub Karic, the Milosevic-era tycoon whose new political party is already Serbia’s third most popular.
By Vera Didanovic


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