Southeastern Europe

Miroslav Lajcak
18 May 2007
Switching off the Cruise Control Premium
The international community has put a strong personality at the helm in Bosnia after a failed experiment in laissez-faire leadership.
17 May 2007
Mood Swings Premium
The antics of Serbian politicians had the West singing the blues until moderate parties finally cobbled together a new government.
By Tihomir Loza
9 May 2007
Our Skanderbeg Premium
The heroic Skanderbeg's leadership qualities appear to be just as much in demand today as 600 years ago.
By Robert Alagjozovski
7 May 2007
Gray Eminence in a Black-and-White Era Premium
Ivica Racan was incorruptible and competent at a time when Croatia needed those qualities, but also needed much more.
By Tihomir Loza
2 May 2007
Fixing a (Black) Hole
Cash-starved and hopelessly out of date, Bulgaria’s universities need reconstructive surgery. The government is starting with a nip and tuck.
By Nikoleta Popkostadinova
30 April 2007
Spirit of the Times Premium
Why are Croats so surprised to hear Tudjman's voice planning an ethnic cleansing operation?
By Tihomir Loza


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