Ferenc Szalasi
26 November 2004
Rotten Rhetoric Premium
The antics of a disturbed neo-Nazi elicit shameful statements from a wide spectrum of Hungarian politicians.
By Balint Molnar
22 November 2004
Pulled Back But Moving Forward Premium
Belgrade and Zagreb are showing the postwar spirit, by looking to the future. Now they need to continue to show they can live with controversies thrown up by the past.
22 November 2004
From Grace to Disgrace Premium
After years of anti-Semitic and extremist pronouncements from the pulpit, 'Solidarity priest' Henryk Jankowski finally gets the sack.
By Wojciech Kosc
22 November 2004
Home Alone Premium
Russian officials call for tighter rules on international adoption and for looser adoption laws at home.
By Oksana Yablokova
22 November 2004
Pandora's Box Online Premium
Slovakia publishes the names of former secret police officers, causing mild shock in a country that has made little effort to bar communists from public posts.
By Lucia Kubosova


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