Samvel Babayan
27 September 2004
The Day of a Jackal's Release Premium
A hero to many Armenians, General Samvel Babayan walks free with a pardon for his alleged role in an assassination attempt on the president of Nagorno-Karabakh.
By Anna Hakobyan
Viktor Yushchenko, before his date with 'Botox'
17 September 2004
A Future President? Premium
Viktor Yushchenko may have been Ukraine’s most popular politician for the past two years, but his weaknesses may still mean he fails to become the next president.
By Ivan Lozowy
10 September 2004
No Going Back Premium
Many of those who left the Tajik capital in the early 1990s still meet up virtually. But, while they may wax poetic about their lost motherland, they also view those who stayed behind as oddballs to be rescued.
By Konstantin Parshin
10 September 2004
Young and Bosnian Premium
Bosnia’s youth organizations are fighting for a statewide youth policy and against apathy.
By Mirna Skrbic
10 September 2004
Separate Lives Premium
At first sight, Belarusian Tokary looks no different than Polish Tokary. But crossing the distance between them is getting harder every day.
By Gosia Wozniacka and Wojciech Kosc
25 August 2004
Punk's Not Dead Premium
An ageless rocker on a mission to bring back the glory days of Belgrade's eclectic music scene.
By Mark Murrmann
20 August 2004
‘I Will Support the Serbs From Abroad’ Premium
While post-Milosevic Serbia copes with transition—with mixed results— its youth are often looking for opportunities abroad.
By Molly Blank and Sasa Markovic
Bogoljub Karic
19 August 2004
A Force to Be Reckoned With? Premium
Vera Didanovic from the Serbian newspaper Vreme profiles Bogoljub Karic, the Milosevic-era tycoon whose new political party is already Serbia’s third most popular.
By Vera Didanovic
12 August 2004
You Can Go Home Now Premium
What will it take to bring back more of the Serbs who fled Croatia during the war?
By Elizabeth Gettelman and Vedran Horvat
2 August 2004
An Unchecked Rise to Power Premium
The Czechs have produced another odd coalition. But don’t blame the electoral system; blame party leaders and the Czechs themselves.


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