Politics

14 June 2004
Candides and Tired Revolutionaries Premium
The apathy and Euro-skepticism in the European Parliament elections may disappoint some. But the main reasons do not lie in Europe and the effect need not be bad for Europe.
By TOL
 
14 June 2004
The Language of Debate Premium
Almost nobody seems pleased with the government's plan to boost local authorities' power and give Albanians a greater voice.
By Biljana Stavrova
 
14 June 2004
The Dissolving Opposition Premium
Armenian president in control as opposition protests fizzle out.
By Emil Danielyan
 
14 June 2004
Health Reform, Start! Premium
The struggling Polish health-care system needs emergency treatment, but much depends on the fortunes of the new government.
By Jakub Jedras
 
Tomislav Nikolic
11 June 2004
The Radical and the Rest
An oligarch, two political mainstreamers, and a princess are among those vying in the first round of presidential voting.
By Sasha Grubanovic
 
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbaev
11 June 2004
(Dis)Honest Services Premium
U.S. Justice Department levels the same charge against defendant in Kazakh corruption case as used against former Ukrainian Prime Minister Pavel Lazarenko. From the Kazakh newspaper Assandi Times.
By Marlena Telvick
 
Pavel Lazarenko
11 June 2004
The Laundry Bill
In this special TOL report, the U.S. investigative journalist Justin Kane offers insights from San Francisco on the guilty verdict against a former Ukrainian prime minister who laundered $114 million.
By Justin Kane
 
10 June 2004
Guns and Roses Premium
Saakashvili wants “another revolution”--in Abkhazia. The fear is that he comes wielding a gun, not a rose.
By Daan van der Schriek
 
7 June 2004
Silenced and Hungry Premium
Belarus’ leading opposition figures go on hunger strike after parliament refuses to listen to calls for electoral change.
By Dzmitry Markusheuski
 

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