Society

25 June 2009
Free to Not Rock the Boat Premium
Moscow’s moves to loosen its grip on some civil society groups are good news for poetry lovers, but probably not for protesters.
By Galina Stolyarova
 
23 June 2009
Child Brides Premium
Religious and secular law clash in Kyrgyzstan as teenage marriages and pregnancies grow increasingly common.
By Hamid Toursunov and Bakyt Ibraimov
 
22 June 2009
Muckraking Journalist Turned ‘Twitter Revolutionary’ Premium
Barred from her adopted country, a young journalist returns home and is soon in the thick of Moldova’s spring of unrest.
By Elena Moldoveanu and Alexandru Eftode
 
17 June 2009
Authorities Concerned About Effects of Newcomers Premium
Experts are skeptical of Russian migration service’s proposed measures to counteract illegal immigration.
By BBC Monitoring
 
17 June 2009
Hitting Criminals Where It Hurts Premium
Serbian police believe they finally have an effective tool against criminal groups.
By Dorotea Carnic and Milos Djorelijevski
 
16 June 2009
Shadow of the Weimar Republic Premium
In winning European Parliament success, Hungarian extremists fed off years of pent-up popular fury.
By Lubos Palata
 

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