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6 January 2012
Who Can Save the Left in Hungary?

Two new, very different parties hope to rebuild a badly damaged opposition. 

By Erin Marie Saltman
 
6 January 2012
A Prime Minister for Bosnia, A Critical Loss for A Big Cat Species Premium

Plus, Pristina rejects Serb referendum and Czech goalie again ranked with world’s best.

By S. Adam Cardais and Joshua Boissevain
 
5 January 2012
Protests Continue over Transdniester Shooting, Even Less Free Media in Belarus
Plus, Romanians and Bulgarians not free to work where they please and young Pole sneaks own art into national museum.
By Jeremy Druker, Ioana Caloianu, and Joshua Boissevain
 
4 January 2012
Kosovo Serbs Call Referendum, Bulgarian Mafia Court Opens Premium

Plus, state of emergency extended in tense Kazakh region and another Czech literary giant leaves the stage.

By Ky Krauthamer, Ioana Caloianu, and Joshua Boissevain
 
4 January 2012
The Secret Policeman’s Halls

Germany led the way in turning its communist-era security archives into a resource for reconciliation. The rest of the old Eastern bloc is finally following suit.

By Marketa Hulpachova
 
3 January 2012
Cheers and Jeers for New Hungarian Constitution, Macedonia Mourns Gligorov Premium

Plus, Poland legalizes thousands of migrants and Turkmen tire of 3-D monotony.

By Ky Krauthamer, Ioana Caloianu, and Natasha Kirshina
 

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