Society

16 April 2010
Victims' Rites Premium

Serbia’s Srebrenica resolution is far from perfect, but there’s more to it than Bosnian Muslims acknowledge.

By Paul Miller
 
16 April 2010
Demonization, Hungarian-Style Premium

Jobbik’s strong showing in recent elections is more proof that when a democracy is sick, scapegoating makes good politics.

By Michael J. Jordan
 
15 April 2010
Woman of Iron Premium
On board the Smolensk plane was the petite firebrand who once got a revolution for her birthday.
By Michael Szporer
 
12 April 2010
An Old Wound Reopened Premium
In 2004, Warsaw launched its own probe into the Katyn massacre, amid questions of whether anyone was left to take the blame.
By Wojciech Kosc
 
9 April 2010
Giving Credit, but Only Where It’s Due Premium
Putin’s gestures on the anniversary of the Katyn massacre were welcome, but they’re only one step in a long walk.
By TOL
 
9 April 2010
On the Campaign Trail in Rural Hungary Premium

On the eve of national elections, many of Hungary’s most deprived citizens are absent from the debate over what is “better” for them. A TOL multimedia presentation.

By Peter Murphy
 
7 April 2010
Protests Turn Violent in Kyrgyzstan

Demonstrators face riot police amid reports of deaths and government offices being stormed.

By TOL and neweurasia
 

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