8 September 2009
No Bail for Youth Activists
Requests to free a pair of jailed youth activists are rejected, and the media are barred from their trial.
By EurasiaNet
3 September 2009
Attack of the Hardhats Premium
The country's former capital has seen war and revolution, but the biggest threat yet might come from a bulldozer.
By Galina Stolyarova
1 September 2009
The Beat-Your-Head-Against-the-Wall Beat Premium
Truth and justice are no match for power and connections when it comes to covering organized crime in Serbia.
By Dejan Anastasijevic
31 August 2009
Class of Traitors Premium
As students around the world prepare for the academic year, some from Turkmenistan hoping to study abroad find themselves enemies of the state.
28 August 2009
First and Last, as Always Premium
An Albanian commentator deconstructs Sali Berisha's eye-catching move to legalize same-sex marriage.
By BBC Monitoring
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28 August 2009
Transitional Justice at 20 Premium
Over the years the lustration process has grown more intractable as it has become an instrument of political maneuver and manipulation.
By Risto Karajkov
27 August 2009
Cross References Premium
With Croatia facing a host of complex problems, a remark about religious symbols in public life sends the debate in a simplistic direction.
By Tihomir Loza


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