People

7 September 2006
A Day in the Life
Pink cottages, Czech lessons, and the relentless force of change in the heart of the Carpathians.
By Lucia Nimcova
 
17 July 2006
Good Night and Good Luck Premium
Made redundant on the eve of the Andijan uprising, an Uzbek reporter touches the depths of despair.
By Ahmed Kimyogarov
 
28 April 2006
In the Zone Premium
One of the Czech Republic’s top foreign correspondents finds that the meaning of Chernobyl continues to elude human understanding.
By Jan Rybar
 
27 April 2006
The Remains of the Day Premium
Those who risked their lives to contain and clean up the effects of the Chernobyl disaster recall those days and the indelible aftereffects.
By Andres Schipani-Aduriz
 
24 April 2006
Common, but Hard, Ground Premium
"Belarusians are not discouraged by the difficulties in Ukraine," Lukashenka's predecessor says in an interview.
By Whitney Kassel
 
Romanian orphan
29 March 2006
A Battle Fought, and Won Premium
A campaigner against international adoptions would like to move on following reforms in Romania – but the pro-adoption lobby won’t let her.
By Baroness Emma Nicholson
 
20 February 2006
Omnipresent President Premium
Slovenes are asking themselves what lies behind their president's recent hyperactivity in foreign and domestic affairs.
By Ales Gaube
 
21 December 2005
A Minority in Waiting
In the altered political landscape in Ukraine, local Rusyns see new life for their struggle to be recognized as a separate nationality.
By Brian Pozun
 
26 October 2005
What It Takes to Enter Premium
Croatia’s former minister for European integration explains why euro-skepticism is on the rise and why the country’s accession is not a done deal.
By Zeljka Vujcic
 
5 September 2005
Lessons for a Molokan
How can one educate Armenia’s equivalent of the Amish? From UNICEF Armenia.
By Onnik Krikorian
 

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