Arts & Culture

11 October 2005
Muddy Waters Premium
Political interference and economic pressures continue to squeeze the independence of the Bulgarian broadcast media.
By Danail Danov
11 October 2005
Cutting the 'Red Lines' Premium
In the eastern half of Europe, "public service" TV is abandoning its true mission, a new report warns.
By Marius Dragomir
6 October 2005
Unbound by History Premium
Romania's Daniela Crasnaru and Bosnia's Muharem Bazdulj take different routes but arrive at the same destination – equal status with writers in “major” languages.
By Robert Murray Davis
3 October 2005
A Fortress of Rules Premium
A prominent Ukrainian writer reflects on whether it's possible to heal the pathologies of the EU's Schengen visa regime.
By Mykola Riabchuk
29 September 2005
The System Made Me Do It Premium
The belief that corruption is a fact of life can and should be challenged, Rasma Karklins writes.
By Rasma Karklins
12 September 2005
Beyond Ethnic
As Yugoslavia collapsed, conservative elites exploited the language of nationalism to stay in power, V. P. Gagnon argues.
By Florian Bieber
28 July 2005
Strange Mutations Premium
A look at the realities and myths of governance in a region whose political systems have been dubbed illiberal democracy, autocracy, and everything in between.
By Robert A. Saunders
20 July 2005
Blind to the Truth Premium
One of the most prominent German writers enlists Slobodan Milosevic as an ally in his running battle against modernity.
By Tobias K. Vogel
14 July 2005
From Srebrenica to the Middle Ages Premium
A small British publisher teams up with the London-based Bosnian Institute to produce four valuable books on Bosnia.
By Tim Judah
1 July 2005
How the War Was Won Premium
The tale of a Brooklyn roofer who lured America into a war to end “communist oppression” in Kosovo.
By Elmira Bayrasli



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