Southeastern Europe

20 April 2007
Take Me to the River Premium
“I am Yugoslav, so I am falling apart,” says the hero of a critically acclaimed novel by a young Bosnian-German writer.
By Mirjana Plazonic
Kozloduy nuclear power plant
18 April 2007
'We Didn't Need This Europe' Premium
Some Bulgarians say two aging nuclear reactors were too high a price to pay for their country’s EU entry.
By Adithya Sambamurthy and Vesselin Dimitrov
17 April 2007
Unfair Game
Attacks on journalists in the former Yugoslavia too often go unsolved. Can the latest one break the chain?
By Tihomir Loza
12 April 2007
The Big Boys Take Their Time
Post-electoral lulls show how politicians, and voters, are better at taking things apart than at picking up the pieces.
By Tihomir Loza
5 April 2007
Lament for an Illusion Premium
It is not surprising that some Bosniaks should look longingly toward others who have their very own states.
By Tihomir Loza


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