26 August 2004
Roma in the News Premium
A precedent-setting Bulgarian lawsuit, Slovak minorities coalesce, taking on Tesco, and other news about the Roma.
25 August 2004
Punk's Not Dead Premium
An ageless rocker on a mission to bring back the glory days of Belgrade's eclectic music scene.
By Mark Murrmann
25 August 2004
Segregation Under Law Premium
Aside from considerations of law and human rights, economic factors suggest the countries of the region should desegregate schools as soon as possible.
By Iulius Rostas
23 August 2004
No Georgia
The Kyrgyz are demanding change. If Kyrgyz leaders refuse to listen, the country’s economy, not just its politics, will be set back years.
By David Lewis
23 August 2004
Farewell to the Man from Lithuania Premium
Poland mourns one of the most influential Central European cultural figures of the last half-century.
By Wojciech Kosc
20 August 2004
Stamping Out Drunk Driving
Croatia gets a tough new law to combat traffic deaths.
By Zeljka Vujcic
20 August 2004
‘I Will Support the Serbs From Abroad’ Premium
While post-Milosevic Serbia copes with transition—with mixed results— its youth are often looking for opportunities abroad.
By Molly Blank and Sasa Markovic
20 August 2004
Olympian Ideals? Premium
If you thought the days of Soviet-style sports propaganda were over, go to Belarus.
By Vitali Silitski


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