How do you grow the local film industry in a country with just three year-round cinemas?
Warsaw seeks a permanent American base on its soil. Meanwhile, it’s generously funding far-right self-defense groups.
Though modest, the deal brings a rare ray of hope for Turkmenistan’s shrinking state finances.
Dramatic announcement could boost Petro Poroshenko’s standing days before the presidential runoff.
European Commission makes clear that time is running out before severe consequences, including suspension of voting rights.
Omurbek Babanov earlier said he would address supporters in mass rally despite the charges against him.
Slobodan Milosevic’s widow wielded great influence in her own right and faced allegations of complicity in liquidating his critics.
Two Slovak journalists traveled to the UK to meet members of the Slovak Roma minority who had left their homeland, and found success stories. What is it that the British do so differently? From the Slovak weekly Tyzden.By Denisa Gdovinova and Filip Olsovsky
With practically no official contact between Moldova and Transdniester, both sides quietly work with civil society to rebuild trust.By Madalin Necsutu and Ilie Gulca
How can you overcome prejudices and the social pressure of being somebody, when you're only 20? From Decat o Revista.By Alexandra Tipter
As they celebrate their 50th anniversary, legendary Czech band Plastic People of the Universe continue to play and live through their music that helped topple communism.By Megan Sokol and Ioana Caloianu
China’s meetup with Central and East European countries was a stark contrast to the earlier EU-China event.By MARTIN EHL
On the eve of a historic presidential election, Slovakia remains polarized despite the apparent popularity of the expected winner.By MARTIN EHL
References to Bulgaria in the Christchurch massacres have poisoned our national debate. We must disarm the radicals by removing history from their hands.By BOYKO VASSILEV
Liberal democracy and press freedom have been under threat for so long that warnings are losing their effectiveness.By PETER GROSS
A new crop of liberal politicians offers fresh shoots for Central Europe this spring.By MARTIN EHL
Now we have some of the West’s problems, but there is a silver lining.By BOYKO VASSILEV
Poland's governing party and its leader seem little affected by mounting scandals, but it’s a big chance to take that the situation will continue.By MARTIN EHL
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