Arts & Culture

20 January 2005
Nomads of the Frozen North Premium
The Nenets may have their nomadic lifestyle back, but oil and gas fields are now taking their grazing lands.
By Roland Durnford-Slater
 
19 January 2005
A Load of Satra Premium
Cartoonist Joe Sacco's first book on Bosnia was a triumph. In his latest, the joke's on him.
By Midhat Ajanovic-Ajan
 
The band Zet play an opposition rally, July 2004
17 January 2005
Radio Hit Premium
Three Belarusian radio stations face closure for airing too much foreign music.
By Alyaksandr Kudrytski
 
7 January 2005
Twilight of a Minority Premium
A handful of elderly people is all that remains of the long heritage of German culture in the Moravian capital.
By Otto Mertens
 
26 December 2004
Lost and Found Premium
A report on the 20th annual Festival of Lesbian and Gay Film in Ljubljana.
By Brian J. Pozun
 
22 December 2004
The Freedom Not to Choose Premium
Aleksandar Hemon talks about literature, multiple identities, and the current state of his native Sarajevo.
By Mirna Skrbic
 
15 December 2004
(Public) Figures of Scorn Premium
As yet more celebrity spooks come out of the woodwork, Hungarian legislators have another go at crafting a workable 'spy law.'
By Judit Szakacs
 
5 November 2004
A Growing Problem Premium
With only a few years before possible entry into the EU, rural Romania is showing little sign of becoming more like the rest of Europe.
By Andrew Cartwright
 

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The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.

This innovative approach to story telling gives voice to ordinary people and takes the reader on the virtual trip across Moldovan rural and urban landscapes. 

It is a unique and intimate map of the nation.

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