Politics

29 September 2004
The Fall of a Lone Wolf Premium
The Ukrainian president blames the resignation of the defense minister on the minister’s poor performance. Others say the real reasons are the presidential election campaign and the minister’s pro-NATO stance.
By Mykhaylo Gryshchenko
 
27 September 2004
Leveling Democracy's Playing Field
The opposition and Kyrgyzstan's civil society gear up for battle ahead of local elections--and, beyond that, for parliamentary and presidential elections in 2005.
By Hamid Toursunov
 
27 September 2004
The Left Versus the Church Premium
The SLD takes on the Polish Catholic Church on abortion and church funding.
By Jakub Jedras
 
27 September 2004
A Hurdle Race in a Labyrinth Premium
The parliamentary election campaign is proving tough going for the Belarusian opposition.
By Adam Bokhan
 
27 September 2004
Name Games Continue Premium
Bosnia’s Constitutional Court annuls the names of the towns proclaimed 'Serbian' in the war.
By Dragan Stanimirovic
 
27 September 2004
How to Win on All Counts Premium
The Kazakh authorities can be satisfied: at the end of elections that were neither free nor fair, the opposition may have won just one seat--but the West still claims to see some progress.
By TOL
 

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