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20 January 2011
Palace Intrigue in the CEZ Republic Premium

Czech power generator CEZ is juggling many balls as it tries to protect its position as the dominant player in a hugely profitable market.

By Will Conroy
 
19 January 2011
Marathon Man Premium

With a classic technique, Estonia’s premier is guiding the economy toward modest but sustainable success.

By Martin Ehl
 
Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk
17 January 2011
A Fragile Peace Premium
Russia's report on the Smolensk plane crash is only the latest chapter in the difficult relations between Warsaw and Moscow.
By Gregory Slysz
 
14 January 2011
Another Kind of Shock Therapy Premium

Budapest is taking controversial steps just as it begins its EU presidency with an eye on eternity, not just the next six months.

By TOL
 
11 January 2011
Highway Robbery? Premium

Central Europeans say they fear losing jobs to Chinese contractors, but other issues lie behind this panicked public debate. 

By Sergei Korol
 
10 January 2011
Make or Break for the Media in 2011 Premium
After a few years of terrible losses, the region's media may need to come up with a new way of doing things or pack it in.
By Marius Dragomir
 

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