Politics

Lake Ohrid
19 July 2004
A Rush to Compromise Premium
The governing parties finally agree on a decentralization plan, but some charge it will legislate multiculturalism out of existence.
By Biljana Stavrova
 
19 July 2004
An Even Dirtier Election Premium
Vladivostok elects a man with an alleged mafia background after a campaign marred by a possible assassination attempt on his chief rival.
By Yuri Govorushko
 
19 July 2004
You Fraud, I Fraud? Premium
Mongolia plunges further into political crisis, with both the governing party and the opposition fighting hard for the three seats needed for a majority.
By Lutaa Badamkhand
 
19 July 2004
Reshaping Macedonia Premium
Will Macedonia's decentralization plans lead to more stable interethnic relations?
By TOL
 
Governor Dmitri Ayatskov of Saratov
15 July 2004
On Parade Premium
Russia’s governors are finding themselves at the sharp end of the law. Behind the law enforcers, observers see the hand of the Kremlin and an attempt to force local leaders to play by Moscow’s rules.
By Sergei Borisov
 
Nikola Gruevski, leader of the VMRO-DPNE
14 July 2004
In Opposition to Itself Premium
Why the civil war in Macedonia’s leading opposition party is a matter of international concern.
By Biljana Stavrova
 

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