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14 July 2005
From Srebrenica to the Middle Ages Premium
A small British publisher teams up with the London-based Bosnian Institute to produce four valuable books on Bosnia.
By Tim Judah
 
16 June 2005
Fresh Mountain Breezes Premium
A new effort to boost local people's appreciation for their intricate cultural heritage begins in two Polish highland villages.
By Grzegorz Demel
 
13 June 2005
Taking It to the Streets Premium
Gays march in Warsaw, defying a ban and perhaps heightening the moral-values debate ahead of parliamentary and presidential voting.
By Wojciech Kosc
 
13 June 2005
Forced 'Home' Premium
If Kosovo’s refugees are to be sent back to a homeland that is no longer really home, the authorities must at least create the conditions necessary for them to build a real home.
By Marek Antoni Nowicki
 
10 June 2005
Un-Social Europe Premium
Alarm bells should be ringing about work safety in the new EU member-states. Unfortunately, EU policies may only worsen the situation.
By Charles Woolfson
 
2 June 2005
Remembering the Days of Youth Premium
Hundreds visit Tito's grave in Belgrade to mark his birthday and reflect on a bygone era.
By Milovan Mracevich
 
26 May 2005
Mind the Generation Gap Premium
We wanted it all but had to compromise to stay alive, say the first generation of post-communist Poles. We wanted it all too, but we got nothing, rejoin their younger siblings.
By Colin Graham
 
18 April 2005
A New Wave of Migration? Premium
Land seizures and nationalist propaganda are unsettling many Russians and other Kyrgyz minorities.
By Hamid Toursunov
 
15 April 2005
A Litmus Test Turns Acidic? Premium
Disappointment and suspicion shroud investigations into the greatest mystery of the Kuchma era – and threaten to undermine confidence in Ukraine’s new government.
By Oleg Ivanov
 
9 April 2005
Lolek’s Town Premium
The Pope’s birthplace slowly begins to cope with the notion that he is dead.
By Wojciech Kosc
 

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