25 March 2011
Pulling the Plug Premium

Though Minsk denies a blacklist, a slew of pro-opposition artists find their shows and exhibitions are being canceled.

By Alyaksandr Yanusik
24 March 2011
A Different Kind of Slave, a Different Kind of Freedom Premium

Khodorkovsky’s collected speeches and interviews shed light on an inviolable type of liberty that survives in Russia.

By Galina Stolyarova
24 March 2011
Nazarbaev: No Plans to Retire Premium
The Kazakh leader distances himself from a job-security initiative only to call for a snap election likely to give the same result.
By Kenjali Tinibai
23 March 2011
Hate the Educational Sin, Love the Sinner Premium

Bosnian educators launch a magazine meant to counteract the politically twisted, and often daft, things children are taught in school.

By Cecilia Ferrara
23 March 2011
Bishkek Looks to Georgia as Role Model for Justice Overhaul

Skeptics say that where post-Rose Revolution Georgia enjoyed the benefit of stability, Kyrgyzstan has gone through a year of constant turmoil. From EurasiaNet.

22 March 2011
A Warsaw for Everyone

Poland’s first openly gay, popularly elected official envisions a more open, “sexy and colorful” city.

By Wojciech Kosc



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