Society

23 November 2009
Drugs: Blame the West
While the Kremlin’s rhetoric on drug use reveals a profound insecurity, its policies are failing to deal effectively with the situation. From openDemocracy.
By Susan Richards
 
Panek
20 November 2009
‘We Are Not Like Them’ Premium
A 22-year-old biology student helps lead his country into a new age. A TOL special report.
By Natalia O'Hara
 
yugoslavia53
19 November 2009
Brotherhood Was Not Enough
The regimes in Eastern Europe are not the only ones that crumbled under the weight of dissent and their own inadequacy.
By Tihomir Loza
 
Kucera_53
19 November 2009
The Rushed Revolution Premium
Jaroslav Kucera’s camera captured the sudden, seismic shifts of November 1989. A TOL special report.
By Natalia O'Hara
 
klima_53
18 November 2009
'I Didn't Believe It Would Last' Premium
A renowned writer on the fleeting joy of November 1989. A TOL special report.
By Natalia O'Hara
 
pollertova_53
17 November 2009
Dancing Days Premium
A budding ballerina takes her first steps into adulthood amid the swarm of Prague’s protests. A TOL special report.
By Natalia O'Hara
 
Aushev
17 November 2009
The Killings Continue Premium
The murder of a moderate Ingush opposition figure casts yet more doubt on the future of the troubled Russian republic.
By Valery Dzutsev
 
tomas_halik53
16 November 2009
'A Spiritual Revolution' Premium
A key figure in communist Czechoslovakia's "underground church" on the religious side of the revolution. A TOL special report.
By Natalia O'Hara
 

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