26 July 2004
Minority Rights on a European Stage Premium
Schoolchildren protesting Latvia’s educational reform greet European parliamentary deputies in Strasbourg--with some inside help.
By Aris Jansons
26 July 2004
Calling All War Criminals Premium
Republika Srpksa passes a resolution warning indicted war criminals to turn themselves in or face arrest. It sounds all too familiar, and weak-willed, to many people.
By Dragan Stanimirovic
23 July 2004
The Prisoners of Raby? Premium
J. K. Rowling’s protest helped take handicapped Czech children out of “cages.” But will it help find them homes?
By Katya Zapletnyuk
21 July 2004
After the Cold Rush Premium
Instead of relocating Siberia's elderly to warmer climes, say the authors of 'The Siberian Curse,' Russia should subsidize them until they die off.
By Sarah Hurst
19 July 2004
Light on Starovoitova Slaying Premium
In the trial of suspected killers of a muckraking Duma deputy in 1998, witnesses link her death to an ultranationalist on the run from the law.
By Vladimir Kovalev
19 July 2004
A Mosque in Your Backyard Premium
The Constitutional Court finds that the Slovenian people do not have the right to overturn basic human freedoms.
By Ales Gaube


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