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23 February 2006
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An anthropologist finds that Russians in two European cities live in separate, often competing subgroups.
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22 February 2006
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A Bosnian movie wins the Golden Bear in Berlin and draws attention to the plight of some of Bosnia’s most vulnerable war victims.
By Mirna Skrbic
 
15 February 2006
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Roma continue to be objects of spatial segregation, spatial cleansing, and ghettoization on a European scale, a new study contends.
By Andras L. Pap
 
10 February 2006
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A tragic incident highlights the volatility of Romania’s friendship with America.
By Razvan Amariei
 
1 February 2006
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Liberal thought knows no boundaries, Stefan Auer writes.
By Leonidas Donskis
 
30 January 2006
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What should we make of a seemingly naked grab for a power by a party of ex-communists?
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Ales Debeljak
18 January 2006
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If the EU is to inspire anything like patriotism, it must develop a sense of identity while respecting the cultures that comprise it, writes Ales Debeljak.
By Robert Murray Davis
 
22 December 2005
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How the late Antal Kovacs took off his dancing shoes and went on to become one of Hungary's most admired Romani singers.
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