Moldova

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28 July 2015
Azov Battalion Leader’s Death Raises Questions, New Moldovan Premier Named

Plus, violence racks Macedonia’s biggest Albanian party and Poland tilts farther into the no-euro camp.

By Ky Krauthamer, Thomas Chan Tsz Chun, and Evgeny Deulin
 
24 July 2015
Czech Pol Jailed in Corruption Case, Lugansk Rebels Claim to Find U.S. Weapons Cache

Plus, Moldova’s whistleblowing education chief is tipped for prime minister, and Kosovo arrests a high-ranking judge.

By Barbara Frye, Ioana Caloianu, Thomas Chan Tsz Chun, and Evgeny Deulin
 
22 July 2015
A Moldovan Yerevan
Near-bankrupt and facing utility rate hikes and budget cuts, is Moldova in for a period of unrest?
By Kamil Calus
 
13 July 2015
Serbia’s Premier Denounces Srebrenica Attack, Romania’s Ponta Faces Graft Charges

Plus, the deeds of a fabled Red Army unit may have been more fiction than fact, and Moldovans march for a union with Romania.

By Timothy Spence
 
29 June 2015
Armenian Protests Continue, Macedonia Adds to Greek Bank Woes

Plus, a bid to create a war crimes court in Kosovo falters, and a pro-EU mayor wins re-election in Moldova’s capital.

By Timothy Spence
 
15 June 2015
Quickie Russian Citizenship in Transdniester

The consulate in the breakaway region of Moldova is reportedly creating lots of new citizens, who might need to be protected one day.

By Halya Coynash
 
15 June 2015
Activist Flees Baku for Switzerland Refuge, Moldova Voters Remain Split

Plus, Saakashvili is poised to make big cuts in Odessa and the UN leader talks human rights in Central Asia.

By Barbara Frye, Ioana Caloianu, Evgeny Deulin, and Casper Frederiksen
 
9 June 2015
OSCE’s Ukraine Envoy Resigns, Macedonian Political Rivals to Hold Fresh Talks
Plus, Moldovan prime minister in hot water over fake school documents, China signs up Hungary for its grandiose new Silk Road project.
By Ky Krauthamer, Ioana Caloianu, Evgeny Deulin, and Casper Frederiksen
 
3 June 2015
Moldova Turns to Hire Education

Can new, improved vocational training rectify a dearth of skilled workers and a distorted labor market?

By Zarina Alimbaeva
 
26 May 2015
Russian Chief Mufti Backs Polygamy, Balkan Neighbors Boost Border Security

Plus, Albania’s premier threatens to veto Macedonia’s NATO hopes, and Russia loses its land line to its Moldovan client statelet.

By Ky Krauthamer, Barbara Frye, and Evgeny Deulin
 

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