Bosnia and Herzegovina

28 July 2014
Russia Hit With Massive Yukos Judgment, Georgia Charges Saakashvili With Abusing Office

Plus, a Macedonian archeologist is jailed in smuggling case and a Bosnian leader decries flood donors’ mistrust.

By Barbara Frye, Ioana Caloianu, and Mane Grigoryan
 
25 July 2014
Bosnia’s Great Wars

An important new study changes the way we look at Yugoslavia’s military triumphs and disasters.

By Neven Andjelic
 
24 July 2014
Lost in the Flood

Shoddy, illegal settlements and more frequent weather catastrophes make the Balkans’ Roma communities increasingly perilous places.

By Mariana Ionova
 
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22 July 2014
Soccer Stars in Donetsk Mutiny, Poland Challenges EU Tobacco Rules

Plus, opposition leader’s lawyer arrested in Tajikistan and Bosnia mourns victims of 1992 massacre.

By Ky Krauthamer, Ioana Caloianu, Mane Grigoryan, and Madeleine Stern
 
17 July 2014
Western Sanctions Hit Top Russian Firms, Dutch Found Liable for 300 Srebrenica Deaths

Plus, a report tracks the influence of the Albanian ex-PM’s daughter and Kyiv says it stopped an assassination in Donetsk.

By Barbara Frye, Ioana Caloianu, Mane Grigoryan, and Erik N. Nelson
 
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3 July 2014
The War to Remember and Forget

In some ways World War I killed Bulgaria’s last, best dream, but it doesn’t have to stay dead.

By Boyko Vassilev
 
2 July 2014
Ajla Terzic: A Not So Simple Life

The Bosnian novelist and journalist talks about growing up in wartime, Yugoslav pop, and why Bosnia needs to move on.

By John K. Cox
 
23 June 2014
More Taped Talks Rock Polish Politics, Bosnia’s Ills Complicate Flood Aid

Also, Hungarian banks face a billion-euro loss on foreign-currency loans and Romania’s first brother is jailed for alleged criminal ties.

By Barbara Frye, Mane Grigoryan, Rebecca Johnson, and Madeleine Stern
 
19 June 2014
Bosnia Casts Massive Corruption Dragnet, Ukraine Probes Pipeline Blast

Plus, the Czechs drop their human rights qualms about business with China, and Ukraine’s president wants to liberate detained journalists.

By Barbara Frye, Mane Grigoryan, Marketa Horazna, Rebecca Johnson, and Madeleine Stern
 
6 June 2014
Bulgarian Government Teetering Over South Stream, Investment in Russia Predicted to Plunge

Plus, Hungarian media launch an anti-government protest, and Bosnia takes action against prison overcrowding.

By S. Adam Cardais, Rebecca Johnson, and Madeleine Stern
 

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