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Blame It On Dayton Premium

Attitudes in Bosnia toward the legacy of Dayton are so warped by myth and twisted truths that any attempt to streamline the country’s constitution may be doomed.

By Tihomir Loza
15 November 2010
The Tale of the Tape Premium

It’s hard to be shocked by tapes of compromising conversations between Romanian journalists and their corporate masters, but we should still be disappointed.

By Marius Dragomir
12 November 2010
When Parallel Lines Meet Premium

Some good ideas may emerge out of Astana soon, but probably not from the OSCE summit.

11 November 2010
Vigilante Reformers Premium

Russians are getting so desperate that they’re making heroes out of criminals.

By Galina Stolyarova
5 November 2010
Ata Matters Premium

As Kyrgyzstan’s new parliament convenes, a perennial outsider party could help swing the country toward – or away from – peaceful compromise.




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