Slovenia

18 July 2014
Blame, Investigations Begin in Airliner Crash, Slovenia Loses 20-Year Bank Dispute

Plus, Hungary tries to get its fiscal house in order and Montenegro arrests journalist's alleged attackers.

By S. Adam Cardais, Ioana Caloianu, and Mane Grigoryan
 
Miro Cerar
15 July 2014
Newcomer Wins Slovenian Elections, Abducted Ukrainian Journalist Found Dead

Plus, Bulgaria turns over supervision of banks to the EU and Russia announces big plans for a Siberian railway.

By Ky Krauthamer, Barbara Frye, Ioana Caloianu, and Mane Grigoryan
 
15 July 2014
Slovenia’s New Hope

The man who could be the next prime minister has had a meteoric rise, but he has said little about the country’s most fundamental problems.

By Martin Ehl
 
6 May 2014
No End in Sight

Slovenia’s political upheaval puts economic recovery at risk.

By Martin Ehl
 
30 April 2014
Slovenian Government Collapses, Bulgaria Accused of Mistreating Refugees

Plus, Serbia’s new prime minister delivers somber economic news, and Turkmenistan stops handing out free gas to car owners.

By Ky Krauthamer, Ioana Caloianu, Barbara Frye, and Lily Sieradzki
 
Anatoly Lokot
8 April 2014
Slovenian Premier to Call Confidence Vote, Communist Wins Russian Mayoral Race

Plus, Uzbekistan tightens the screws on Internet users and leaking pipes could hold up production at a vast Kazakhstan oil field for two years.

By Ioana Caloianu, Barbara Frye, Marketa Horazna, and Ky Krauthamer
 
7 March 2014
Pity the Poor Teacher

Yardsticks vary, but however you measure it, teachers are underpaid across the post-communist world, with grave implications for the quality of education.

By Karlo Marinovic
 
BostjanJazbec
16 December 2013
Mass Grave Found in Serbia, Kyiv Takes Stock After Latest Huge Rally

Plus, Slovenia and Bulgaria try to reassure jittery investors, and Turkmenistan holds a ‘multiparty’ election.

By Ioana Caloianu, Ky Krauthamer, and Karlo Marinovic
 
4 October 2013
EU Goes After Gazprom, Bailout Looms Amid Slovenian Political Row
Plus, Russia charges Greenpeace activists with piracy, and Serbia threatens to quit Kosovo talks.
By S. Adam Cardais and Alexander Silady
 
22 July 2013
Russia Wants Georgian Lab Shut, Polish Plotter to be Tried as Terrorist
Plus, Belgrade distances itself from a protest in northern Kosovo and another former Slovenian official is convicted of corruption.
By Barbara Frye, Ioana Caloianu, Vladimir Matan, and Molly Jane Zuckerman
 

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