Politics

12 May 2004
Sin Not Premium
Czech soccer finds itself in crisis after a bribery scandal engulfs the First Division team Synot. Are politicians living in sin as well?
By Katya Zapletnyuk
 
10 May 2004
Agenda for Anger Premium
The Kocharian administration shows no signs of trying to placate the opposition, and the president is happy that the Council of Europe is no Politburo.
By Anna Hakobyan
 
Spring Cleaning: Marek Belka
10 May 2004
Spring Cleaning Premium
New PM Marek Belka says he can sweep out the cobwebs hanging over the somnolent economy in just a year. His broom looks a lot like Leszek Miller's, though.
By Jakub Jedras
 
By St. George: Aslan Abashidze
10 May 2004
By St. George Premium
In the second flowering of the "rose revolution," Ajarians--with help from Russia--remove their authoritarian leader, Aslan Abashidze.
By Dima Bit-Suleiman
 
6 May 2004
From an Awkward Partnership to a Greater Europe? Premium
With enlargement completed, for now, the EU would do well to focus on its awkward relationship with Russia.
By Michael Emerson
 
3 May 2004
A Case That Shook Poland Premium
Its central protagonist may now be in jail, but the political impact of Rwyingate continues to grow.
By Wojciech Kosc
 
3 May 2004
Pyramida Scheme Premium
A popular private TV station is back on the Kyrgyz airwaves with a little help from George Soros.
By Talant Ibraev
 

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