- 6 September 2007
- A Voice for Victims
- A grandmother’s tireless efforts are raising domestic violence awareness in Kyrgyzstan.
- By Anna Kirey
- 29 August 2007
- An Honest Living
- Prostitutes cannot be prosecuted in Kazakhstan, but they can be beaten, harassed, and cheated. Some campaigners say legalization is the solution.
- By Alina Khasanova
- 15 August 2007
- Wealth Gap
- Much of Azerbaijan is left behind as Baku flourishes. From EurasiaNet.
- By Rovshan Ismayilov
- 7 August 2007
- Radar Interference
- As the U.S. and Czech governments make plans to build a radar for a new missile defense shield, villagers near the planned site want their opinions heard.
- By Seyward Darby
- 1 August 2007
- Halyna Petrosanyak
- An award-winning poet reflects on the west Ukrainian cultural milieu, the reputation of Ukrainians who cross borders, and on respecting her own boundaries.
- By Oksana Forostyna
- 12 July 2007
- Ironic Curtain
- Why can’t Eastern politicians learn from the West how to use humor to their advantage?
- By Katerina Safarikova
- 6 July 2007
- Fresh Face, New Hope
- The 28-year-old mayor of Chisinau is bringing much-needed enthusiasm to an often overlooked corner of Europe.
- By TOL
- 4 July 2007
- The First Romani Mayor
- A small town near Bucharest makes history as it elects the country’s first Rom to do a hugely difficult job.
- By Daniel Ganga and Petru Zoltan
- 27 June 2007
- Hip, Hot, and Proud to be Roma
- Rappers from a Czech minority gain majority appeal with a fusion of sounds and introspective lyrics.
- By Alexandra L. Woodruff
- 7 May 2007
- Gray Eminence in a Black-and-White Era
- Ivica Racan was incorruptible and competent at a time when Croatia needed those qualities, but also needed much more.
- By Tihomir Loza
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