Society

25 November 2008
Forbidden Pilgrimage
Officials in this Central Asian country don’t want to discuss why they keep so many Muslims from going on the haj. From Forum 18.
By Felix Corley
 
20 November 2008
Democracy is Such a Bother
Unlike in the United States, Russia's rulers' approach to elections has spared their people the hassle of getting involved.
By Galina Stolyarova
 
19 November 2008
The Showman Premium
No one should expect the new coach of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s football team to stay on the sidelines.
By Anes Alic
 
18 November 2008
Cotton Harvest Down
Harvest time brings economic, environmental and human-rights issues into the spotlight. From EurasiaNet.
By Joanna Lillis
 
18 November 2008
Fixing the Game Premium
While the EU looks the other way, opponents of reform in Romania are about to have their day at the polls.
By Daniel Brett and Katie Bates
 
14 November 2008
Eurasian Epidemic Premium
Ordinary Russians are beginning to feel the sting of the slowing economy, and Central Asians are next in line.
By TOL
 
12 November 2008
Far More Than an Academic Publisher Premium
TOL SPECIAL REPORT: Startling allegations have Poles scrutinizing a body that is both research institution and prosecutor.
By Wojciech Kosc
 
11 November 2008
Guitar Diplomacy Premium
Once the coolest ambassador from the former Eastern bloc, Andras Simonyi wants to light a fire under the Hungarian film industry.
By Anita Komuves
 

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