By taking on a neo-Nazi party in the courtroom and winning, the Czech government may have set a precedent for the entire region.
Most Czechs and Poles share this border town peaceably, but apparently for some, bilingual signs were a step too far.
TOL Talk: An Armenian journalist and an Azeri activist use new media to breach the region’s information barrier.
More and more, the children of indebted parents are ending up in Russia’s orphanages.
Some Mongolians are in the grips of a humanitarian crisis that will last at least through the winter. From EurasiaNet.
Social networking sites are now the prime locations for the spread of xenophobic views among Serbian youth.
Russians are bracing for the results of a nationwide census.
Now available! A new TOL e-book: "Crimea: The Anatomy of a Crisis" is a compilation of articles from TOL’s past coverage about Russia's annexation of Crimea, placed in the context of long-running disputes over the region. Find out also what's happened to Crimea and its people nearly a year after Russia's move shocked the international community.