Eastern Europe & Russia

23 September 2011
Moscow Announces Missile Plans, Czech Minister Gets Slap Happy Premium

Plus, Kyrgyzstan muzzles the media and Romania's wordsmith cleans up new dictionary.

By S. Adam Cardais
22 September 2011
Dagestan: Snow, Sand, and Tractors Premium

Billions in federal money, local wealth, and investments from as far away as China and the United States are poised to flow into the unstable Russian republic.

By Nikolay Protsenko
21 September 2011
Lenin Returns to a Moldovan Village Premium

The cast-iron revolutionary is snatched from the crusher by a collector who figures it could be worth something some day.

By Grigore Brinza
21 September 2011
Minsk Gets an Earful from UN, Earfuls Could Get Cheaper in Balkans Premium
Plus, wet weather delights mushroom pickers and creeping progressivism worries Czech president.
By Jeremy Druker and Ioana Caloianu
20 September 2011
Russia and Central Asia Fight the Arab Revolutions

Moscow suggests its neighbors to the east adopt its brand of sham democracy, but they probably won’t even go that far. From the Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst.

By Stephen Blank


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