Opinion

5 April 2012
The Third Death of Belene

For some champions of the shuttered nuclear reactor, Belene was about much more than energy.

By Boyko Vassilev
 
4 April 2012
The Classroom as Political Arena

Changes to education across Central Europe show once again how parties vie to shape young minds.

By Martin Ehl
 
29 March 2012
For St. Petersburg, a Human Rights Watchpuppy?

It’s the politicians’ interests, not the public’s, at the fore as the city chooses a new ombudsman.

By Galina Stolyarova
 
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27 March 2012
Lustration Laggards Premium

While portraying itself as the party of “decommunization,” Fidesz can't decide if it wants to fully open the communist-era secret police archives. 

By Martin Ehl
 
20 March 2012
Polish Catholicism Under Siege?

Times might really be changing for the church and its most devout followers.

By Martin Ehl
 
19 March 2012
Sweet and Cold, Strong and Bold Premium

Zoltan Teszari’s entry into the news business could mark a watershed for the Romanian media.

By Marius Dragomir
 

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