23 August 2004
No Georgia
The Kyrgyz are demanding change. If Kyrgyz leaders refuse to listen, the country’s economy, not just its politics, will be set back years.
By David Lewis
Alu Alkhanov
23 August 2004
The Kremlin’s Choice for Chechnya Premium
The presidential election in Chechnya is just days away, but Moscow has already cast its highly influential vote.
By Sergei Borisov
Peter Medgyessy
23 August 2004
Medgyessy Loses a Gamble Premium
First the Poles, then the Czechs. Now the Hungarian left has turned on the leader who took the country into the EU.
By Judit Szakacs
23 August 2004
New Urgency Premium
Soren Jessen-Petersen, the new UN administrator of Kosovo, sets out his priorities.
By Fatmire Terdevci
23 August 2004
EU Nominee Sparks Free Speech Debate Premium
A controversial European Commission nomination raises suspicions of government cronyism and elicits comparisons to Soviet-style tactics.
By Aris Jansons
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


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