Society

18 June 2012
Sofia Gets Occupied, Russia’s Opposition Gets United Premium

Plus, poachers kill dozens of rare saiga antelopes in Kazakhstan and Bosnian court hands down long sentences in war crimes case.

By Barbara Frye, Ioana Caloianu, Sofia Lotto Persio, and Ernad Halilovic
 
15 June 2012
Equal But Separate?
Kyiv has an ambitious plan to integrate disabled children into mainstream classrooms, but many fear the potential for bullying, de facto segregation, and other pitfalls
By Ksenia Korzun
 
15 June 2012
Kosovo Privatization Chief Killed, Georgian Tycoon Rejects Court Fine

Plus, Turkmenistan pushes print and top Kazakh official resigns over border killings.

By S. Adam Cardais and Joshua Boissevain
 
14 June 2012
Reported Death Threat for Russian Journalist, More Off-Pitch Conflict at Euro 2012 Premium

Plus, Kazakhstan grounds Soviet-era aircraft and Serbia plans reparations for former political prisoners.

By Barbara Frye, Ioana Caloianu, Joshua Boissevain, and Sofia Lotto Persio
 

13 June 2012
Russia's Environment: A Tour
TOL Special Report: From old nukes in the west, to oil spills in the middle, to clear-cutting in the east.
By Barbara Frye
 
13 June 2012
Russia's Environment: In Numbers
TOL Special Report: It's better, and worse, than you think.
By Barbara Frye
 

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