- 5 March 2014
- Russia Plans Permanent Link to Crimea, Armenia on Threshold of Customs Union
Plus, a Russian historian loses his job for criticizing military action in Crimea, and the Czech post office stops selling cigarettes.
- By Ky Krauthamer, Sarah Fluck, Anna Kotlabova, Lily Sieradzki, and Karlo Marinovic
- 26 February 2014
- Anxious Times for Armenian Migrants in Russia
Tighter immigration rules could sever a vital link to jobs. From EurasiaNet.org.
- By Marianna Grigoryan
- 7 February 2014
- Not Ready for High School
Armenia’s new college-prep curriculum produces its first graduates this year, but it’s far from realizing its potential.
- By Anna Muradyan
- 7 January 2014
- Sochi Olympics Security Net Draws Tighter, Another Graft Conviction for Romania’s Nastase
Plus, a mufti in Kyrgyzstan is embroiled in a sex tape scandal and pension changes get Armenians on the streets and into the courts.
- By Ioana Caloianu, Ky Krauthamer, and Karlo Marinovic
- 17 December 2013
- Moscow Deploys Missiles on NATO Border, Armenia Condemns Karabakh Shooting
Plus, a potential Eurasian Customs Union country gets cold feet and a Pussy Riot member wins a (small) reprieve.
- By S. Adam Cardais, Ioana Caloianu, and Karlo Marinovic
- 12 December 2013
- Yanukovych ‘Intends’ to Sign EU Deal, Bosnia Probes Loss of EU Funds
Plus, economies in Southeastern Europe show signs of renewed health, and Latvia foresees a smooth euro adoption despite political uncertainty.
- By S. Adam Cardais, Karlo Marinovic, and Alexander Silady
- 26 November 2013
- Eurovision Plotters Sentenced in Baku, Experts Probe Cause of Riga Store Collapse
Plus, smoggy Krakow restricts coal stoves, and a donation from an unexpected source helps spiff up a historic Armenian monastery.
- By Ioana Caloianu, Ky Krauthamer, 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
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