People

12 October 2018
Bosniak Wartime General Charged Over Massacre of Serbs

Atif Dudakovic and 16 other former soldiers stand accused of killing elderly civilians, destroying Orthodox churches during the 1992-95 conflict. 

 
10 October 2018
The Kremlin’s Salesman

The smoothest purveyor of Russian propaganda puts on a show at Yale University.

By Peter Rutland
 
8 October 2018
Jailed Ukrainian Sentsov Ends Hunger Strike in Russian Prison Premium

Crimea-born filmmaker was reportedly near death after nearly five months of self-starvation.

 
2 October 2018
More Details Emerge About Alleged Killers of Slovak Journalist Premium
The price tag was apparently 70,000 euros, but who ordered the hit and why remains unclear.
 
26 September 2018
Kremlin Critic Verzilov Recovering After Suspected Poisoning Premium

The publisher and his family are reportedly being guarded by German police for their own safety.

 
25 September 2018
Kazakh Strongman Plays the Game of Thrones Premium

Speculation swirls as Nazarbaev retires a loyal aide rumored to have fallen foul of his aspirational daughter.

 
21 September 2018
Slovak Priest Sparks Debate With Controversial Views on Marriage Premium

Calling celibacy a ‘festering wound,’ Catholic priest argues that it should be voluntary.

 
21 September 2018
Mines and the Sea
Fishermen from Ukraine's Donetsk region are still going out to sea despite the sea mines. From Hromadske.
 
Miroslav Miskovic
10 September 2018
Citizen Miskovic Premium

Miroslav Miskovic’s life has played out like a soap opera. But his autobiography reads like a self-help manual – and a condemnation of Serbian politics.

By Uffe Andersen
 
20 August 2018
Ethnic Discrimination or Just Solving a Demographic Problem?

Abkhazia's Azkhara Foundation stands accused of providing assistance on an ethnic basis to local residents with big families. From JAMnews.

 

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