23 April 2012
Hunger-Striking Shein Wins a Round, Croats Losing Hold on a Vital Industry

Plus, Eastern Europe is livid over new Swiss immigration quotas and Armenians rally against Azeri movies.

By Ky Krauthamer, Ioana Caloianu, and Joshua Boissevain
23 April 2012
Former President’s Arrest Spurs Mongolian Protests

Two months before elections, move prompts fears about the country’s democratization. From

By Pearly Jacob
19 April 2012
Russia’s Naked Emperors

After a long absence, satire is back, even as the authorities seek to co-opt and marginalize it.

By Alexander Kolesnichenko
19 April 2012
Ukrainian Mob Checks in, Azerbaijani Journalists Beaten at Demolition Site Premium

Plus, a Hungarian legislator invokes an anti-Semitic canard and the Slovenian public sector goes on strike.

By Barbara Frye, Joshua Boissevain, and Ioana Caloianu
18 April 2012
Russia Moves to Limit Foreign Adoptions

A demographic crisis and violent deaths spur a renewed effort to keep adopted children in their homeland.

By Irina Titova




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