Central Europe & Baltics

20 April 2011
An Enlightened Education Premium

A group of schools in Hungary takes a page from a Buddhist crusader to help Roma and others who need it.

By Anita Komuves
13 April 2011
What a Difference a Year Makes Premium

The grief over the plane crash that so united Poland has long been overtaken by divisive squabbles over the tragedy.

By Martin Ehl
11 April 2011
Poland's Body Blow Premium

The Smolensk plane crash might have been a chance for rapprochement between Russia and Poland, but it was too useful as a political tool.

By Wojciech Kosc and Parker Snyder
30 March 2011
Spilled Gravy in the Lobbies of Power Premium

It’s not technically illegal for members of the European Parliament to peddle their influence for cash. And for some, it’s normal.

By Katerina Safarikova
22 March 2011
A Warsaw for Everyone

Poland’s first openly gay, popularly elected official envisions a more open, “sexy and colorful” city.

By Wojciech Kosc
18 March 2011
Passing the Book Premium
Schools catering to the Czech Republic's Romani community are producing more graduates, but are they really the answer?
By Lucie Kavanova


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