Economy & Business

6 June 2005
Geopolitical Geometry Premium
Russia, India and China form a cautious alliance in search of a “multipolar world.”
By Sergei Borisov
25 May 2005
Where Oil and Democracy Clash Premium
Azerbaijan’s political temperature rises as the parliamentary election campaign looms. From EurasiaNet.
By Khadija Ismailova and Shahin Abbasov
20 May 2005
Poor Poland Premium
A third of Poland’s population officially lives on less than $25 a week.
By Wojciech Kosc
12 May 2005
The Damn Dram Premium
Armenian government under fire over continuing currency appreciation. From EurasiaNet.
By Emil Danielyan
28 April 2005
The Gentle Grip of Capitalism Premium
Croatian and Macedonian consumers are getting a bad deal out of telecoms privatization. Are Montenegrins next?
By Risto Karajkov
The Hungarian political dance
25 April 2005
100 Steps to Re-election Premium
Hungary’s prime minister gives party favorites ministerial posts as he prepares for reform and general elections.
By Judit Szakacs


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