13 December 2012
Bosnian Serb General Convicted of Genocide, More Allegations Against Uzbek President’s Daughter in Bribe Scandal

Plus, Lithuania’s new government is finally ready work and Russians jump to report needed repairs to a new website. 

By Nirvana Bhatia, Joshua Boissevain, Ioana Caloianu, Jeremy Druker, and Nino Tsintsadze
13 December 2012
Moldovan Migrants: Torn Between West and East Premium
For many, the path to a better life leads no longer to Europe, but to Russia.
By Dmitri Romanovski
12 December 2012
In Lithuania, Too Many Teachers Chasing Too Few Pupils

The Baltic state’s schools are struggling with the consequences of the slump and unrelenting population loss. Is firing older teachers en masse the solution?

By Linas Jegelevicius
12 December 2012
Putin Idolizes Workers, Accused Ukrainian Lawmaker Returns Home

Plus, Hungary’s homelessness law comes under further scrutiny and a Siberian city where no one gets in without an invitation.

By Ky Krauthamer, Ioana Caloianu, and Nino Tsintsadze
11 December 2012
Crime and Too Much Punishment Premium
In Kyrgyz criminal-justice circles, the ideas of rehabilitation and restorative justice are taking root.
By Hamid Toursunov


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