Politics

13 April 2004
Could Turkey Spoil Nagorno-Karabakh Peace? Premium
If Turkey opens its borders with Armenia, Baku could lose its leverage in talks on the withdrawal of Armenian troops from Azerbaijani territory.
By Zulfugar Agayev
 
Rolandas Paksas
13 April 2004
Life After Paksas? Premium
The impeached president looks set to run again as his political rivals start talk of finding a common candidate.
By Rokas M. Tracevskis
 
13 April 2004
Post-Referendum Squabbles Premium
Parliamentary disputes about reissuing residency permits to ethnic minorities break the government coalition.
By Ales Gaube
 
7 April 2004
Bumpkins vs. Mafiosi Premium
Those involved may see it as a battle between bumpkins and mafiosi, but the battle over the future of Transdniester is also a reenactment of the struggles of Soviet communism.
By Taras Kuzio
 
7 April 2004
A Language in Retreat Premium
Lukashenka once said Belarusian was incapable of conveying profound thoughts.
By Dzmitry Markusheuski
 
5 April 2004
UN Pushes on Issue of Kosovo’s Final Status Premium
The violence in March has brought the question of Kosovo's status sharply into focus on the international diplomatic stage.
By Fatmire Terdevci
 
5 April 2004
President Meciar? Premium
Vladimir Meciar emerges as Slovakia's probable next president.
By Barbora Tancerova
 
1 April 2004
Pan Albanianism: Myth or Threat to Balkan Stability? Premium
A century of shifting borders has left ethnic Albanians scattered across Kosovo, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, and Greece, and contrary to popular belief, they don't share the same goals.
By Miranda Vickers
 
29 March 2004
Belgrade’s Push for Decentralization Premium
Belgrade has stepped up its efforts to shape an initiative for a decentralization of Kosovo.
By Saša Grubanović
 
photo: Patker Photo Agency/Ruben Mangasaryan (from TOL archive)
29 March 2004
A Gathering Storm? Premium
Opposition prepares to challenge the president.
By Anna Hakobyan
 

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