2 August 2012
After Terror

The attack on Israelis in Bulgaria has raised a raft of questions, but not all of them have merit.

By Boyko Vassilev
1 August 2012
Orban’s ‘Eastern Wind’ Is Just Hot Air

The Hungarian prime minister speaks of the possible abandonment of democracy, but has he read the headlines recently?

By Balint Szlanko
31 July 2012
Shaky Foundations
The rise of authoritarianism in the new EU countries has its seeds in their weak judiciaries.
By Martin Ehl
26 July 2012
Russia’s Intellectuals Look for the Exit

More are complaining that they cannot work, or even think, in the increasingly repressive country.

By Galina Stolyarova
24 July 2012
A Sacrilegious Thought

Could Robert Fico's attempts at modernization eventually do more for Slovakia than the famed reforms of the past?

By Martin Ehl
9 July 2012
More News is Good News Premium

Eastern Europe’s news markets have defeated some mighty broadcasters, but a major company is suiting up to play nevertheless.

By Marius Dragomir



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