Croatia

15 January 2015
Donetsk Explodes Again, Polish Government Takes on Miners

Plus, Croatia’s new leader takes flak from the neighbors, and Russia says transsexuals are not banned from driving.

By Ky Krauthamer, Ioana Caloianu, Anders Ryehauge, and Will Sandeman
 
12 January 2015
Croatians Elect First Woman President, Warsaw Launches Airlift Operation in Ukraine

Plus, NATO’s chief says disputed eastern Ukraine is calmer, and Baku accuses Armenia of repeated truce violations.

By Timothy Spence
 
7 January 2015
Russia, Ukraine Tangle Over Nuclear Fuel, Croatia Demands Extradition of Australian War Crime Suspect

Plus, gas flows again to southern Kyrgyzstan; Ukraine’s economy minister pledges to cut spending and subsidies.

By Ky Krauthamer, Ioana Caloianu, and Anders Ryehauge
 
15 December 2014
Moscow Denies Near Miss With Poland-Bound Flight, China and Kazakhstan Sign Cooperation Deals

Plus, EU ombudsman says key evidence is missing in Kosovo legal probe, and Serbia’s flag carrier resumes flights to Zagreb after a 23-year break.

By Timothy Spence
 
24 November 2014
Putin Rules Out a New Iron Curtain, Albania’s Secret Bunker Comes Out of the Cold

Plus, OSCE diplomat calls for end of impunity in Russia journalist killings, and the European Parliament weighs condemnation of a Serbian war-crimes suspect.

By Timothy Spence
 
4 November 2014
Kyiv May End Cease-Fire, Russian Bug Infects CIS Economies
Plus, oil majors compete for Croatian oil and gas tenders; Latvia’s controversial Ask.fm teen site relocates to Ireland
By Ky Krauthamer, Klein Aleardi, Ioana Caloianu, and Will Sandeman
 
30 October 2014
Kremlin Media Arm Set to Go Global, Bosnian Serbs Imprisoned for '92 Massacre

Plus, Rosneft denies pitching a laundry list of sanctions remedies, and a new report traces Uzbekistan’s cotton profits.

By Barbara Frye, Ioana Caloianu, Anders Ryehauge, and Will Sandeman
 

23 October 2014
Poroshenko Bloc Tipped to Win Ukraine Elections, Kosovo Enters Olympic Movement

Plus, Zagreb’s jailed mayor thunders his innocence and Hungary steps up the pressure on a Norwegian-funded NGO.

By Ky Krauthamer, Klein Aleardi, and Ioana Caloianu
 
30 September 2014
In Serbia, a Textbook Case of Identity Politics

The president’s gift to schoolchildren in a northern city sparks howls of outrage across the border in Croatia.

By Uffe Andersen
 
24 September 2014
Moscow Tightens Media Noose, Skopje Dump Expose Elicits Legal Threats

Plus, Russia will bolster its navy over ‘NATO expansion’ and Georgia denies offering to host a camp for Syrian rebels.

By S. Adam Cardais, Jack Nicholson, and Anders Ryehauge
 

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