Arts & Culture

16 June 2005
Branding the Hutsuls Premium
Now that the Carpathians are being absorbed into the EU, will tourism marketeers have to change their tactics?
By Patrice M. Dabrowski
26 May 2005
Mind the Generation Gap Premium
We wanted it all but had to compromise to stay alive, say the first generation of post-communist Poles. We wanted it all too, but we got nothing, rejoin their younger siblings.
By Colin Graham
26 May 2005
Point and Shoot Premium
Tibor Kocsis lets the people and the landscapes of the Romanian highlands speak for themselves in his film about the hotly-contested Rosia Montana gold mine.
By Elke de Wit
6 May 2005
Keeping the Peace Premium
Why will Uzbek cinemas and television be showing no war films on Victory Day, or after?
By Azamat Alikov
5 May 2005
Things Post-German Premium
How can Poles mourn for Poland’s Polish-German past without mourning for the Germans? Perhaps through fiction and through objects.
By Joanna Nizynska
23 March 2005
Just Trust Me Premium
Reviews: Two volumes of expert palavering on the knotty topic of trust in transitional societies.
By Paul G. Lewis
Logo of Czech NGO Nesehnuti
16 March 2005
The Changing Face of Czech Environmentalism Premium
Western money is co-opting Czech environmental groups, writes Adam Fagan.
By Michael Smith
4 March 2005
Look at Ukraine Premium
In handling the Kosovo issue, Serbia could do worse than heeding the example of Russia and Ukraine.
By Niek Biegman



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