Society

10 November 2010
Beyond Words

Activists say it’s time for the Kremlin to move beyond lip service to historical remembrance as the fate of a planned memorial site hangs in the balance. From openDemocracy.

By Catriona Bass
 

9 November 2010
No More Teachers, No More Books

Tajikistan wants to teach Islam to its children, in its own way. But critics say the effort is hobbled by paranoia and corruption.

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By Farrukh Ahrorov
 
8 November 2010
Times Get Tougher in a North Caucasus Republic Premium

The twin plagues of organized crime and ethnic conflict threaten a rare economic success story in the North Caucasus.

By Nikolay Protsenko
 
8 November 2010
High Crimes and Misdemeanors in Vukovar Premium

Croatia’s leading investigative journalist on what happened when he published his findings on crimes against Serb civilians.

By Drago Hedl
 
5 November 2010
Vanishing Breeds Premium

Poachers are outsmarting the inspectors in Georgia, and some species are paying the ultimate price. From Liberali.

By Tamar Paradashvili
 
4 November 2010
Awakeners and Sleepers Premium

Bulgarians revere those who tended the flames of culture and learning but can’t seem to do it themselves.

By Boyko Vassilev
 

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