Economy & Business

7 November 2005
The Serbian government finds itself in a no-win situation over a standby agreement with the IMF.
By Igor Jovanovic
7 November 2005
Time to Open the Waiting Room’s Door? Premium
Skopje is optimistic as it waits to hear whether the European Commission believes it is ready to become a candidate for accession.
By Biljana Stavrova and Robert Alagjozovski
27 October 2005
O, To Be Angola Premium
Too little attention has been paid to the technical obstacles to the development of Russia’s oil industry – and the implications for foreign policy.
By David Hogarth
25 October 2005
The Very Visible Invisible Women Premium
The Czech government tried and failed to fill the legal vacuum prostitutes work in. Would it have been a good law?
By Jolanda Profos
17 October 2005
Sun, Sand, Manty Premium
Many Crimean Tatars see eco-tourism as the quickest way to rebuild their culture after years in exile.
By Kurtmolla Abdulganiyev
10 October 2005
Choppy Seas Premium
Slovenia’s proclamation of a fishing zone in the Adriatic brings its border dispute with Croatia back into focus.
By Zeljka Vujcic
6 October 2005
Towards a New 'Social Europe' Premium
The debate about labor regulation in the EU should be broader. At issue is Europe’s development strategy – and a reconfiguration of "social Europe."
By Jeff Sommers and Charles Woolfson


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