Moldova

29 November 2013
EU Brass Aim Barbs at Kremlin, Romania Eyes Reins on Political NGOs

Plus, a long-jailed Uzbekistani editor wins a press freedom prize and Russia dismisses a Pussy Riot member’s prison complaint.

By Barbara Frye, Ioana Caloianu, Karlo Marinovic, and Alexander Silady
 
22 November 2013
The Eastern Partnership Summit: A Cheat Sheet

For those playing along at home, a rundown of who will be there and what’s at stake.

By Alexander Silady, Martha Tesema, and Barbara Frye
 
18 November 2013
Fifty Killed as Airliner Crashes in Kazan, EU Eyes Easing Visa Rules for Moldovans

Plus, calm prevails in northern Kosovo’s revote and Russia’s Navalny is tapped to lead a new party.

By Barbara Frye and Karlo Marinovic
 
7 November 2013
Rahmon Takes New Term, Serbia Indicts Army Officers in Kosovo Killings

Plus, Gulnara Karimova tweets about torture, and Armenia and the EU go separate ways.

By by Erik N. Nelson, Ioana Caloianu, Karlo Marinovic, and Alexander Silady
 
Dunja Mijatovic
22 October 2013
Volgograd Bomber Was Dagestani Woman, Outcry Over Jailing of Macedonian Journalist

Plus, Tito’s widow will rest alongside her husband, and Holland takes Russia to the international sea tribunal over the Greenpeace affair.

By Ioana Caloianu, Ky Krauthamer, and Alexander Silady
 
9 October 2013
Getting Moldova’s Good Side

Or, trying to sell the West on the sort-of-boot-shaped country between Ukraine and Romania.

By Mark Baker
 
4 October 2013
Gagauzia Sings the Union Blues

A small Moldovan region has the potential to complicate the country’s planned swing toward Europe.

By Natalia Ghilascu
 
26 September 2013
Russians Use Gunboat Diplomacy in Syria, EU May Unleash Moldovan Wine

Plus, Latvia’s residency market irks Europeans and Medvedev wants to make divorce expensive.

By Erik N. Nelson, Ioana Caloianu, Alexander Silady, and Martha Tesema
 
20 September 2013
The Empty Schoolhouse

A shortage of teachers in the countryside is one of the trends reshaping Moldova's educational landscape.

By Natalia Ghilascu
 
Akhmed Kotiyev 100
28 August 2013
Ingush Security Chief Dead in Ambush, Gas Pipeline Breaks Ground in Moldova

Plus, a case of plague rattles Kyrgyzstan, and Mongolia reviews restrictions on foreign investments in the vital mining sector.

By Ky Krauthamer, Vladimir Matan, and Sintija Treimane
 

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