Arts & Culture

2 May 2006
Question Time
Kosovars debate the taboos and shibboleths surrounding their relations with Slavs, Albanians, and the world.
By Robert Murray Davis
 
Scene from Andijan, May 2005
16 April 2006
Dissonant Songs
Two men have been sentenced to a combined 11 years in prison in a closed trial that suggests that listening to protest songs is now, de facto, illegal in Uzbekistan.
By Anvar Mahkamov
 
12 April 2006
Celluloid Heroes Premium
Magical documentary or crass fiction? The people of Sutka are divided over a new film about their "champions."
By Robert Alagjozovski
 
Child soldier
31 March 2006
Learning to Care
Teachers and human rights advocates use film to introduce Czech students to the troubles beyond their border. Also in Russian.
By Dominic Swire
 
23 March 2006
Swan Song? Premium
Does the failure of Serbia and Montenegro to choose a Eurovision contestant foreshadow the failure of the state union?
By Nela Lazarevic
 
15 March 2006
On the Road with Stasiuk Premium
Polish writer Andrzej Stasiuk's prizewinning anti-guidebook to the new Europe.
By Christina Manetti
 
27 February 2006
Performing Politics Premium
It is important to acknowledge the complex processes that influence the use of labels such as “Roma.”
By Adriana Helbig
 

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