Society

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
A Losing Battle Premium
Another anti-corruption official is killed in Bishkek as alarms sound over the rising crime rate and spread of graft.
By Talant Ibraev
 
10 May 2004
'Tragic' Abuses in Psychiatric Hospitals Premium
A new report by Amnesty International says Romania is guilty of allowing horrifying abuse and neglect in its mental health institutions.
By Razvan Amariei
 
7 May 2004
European No Man’s Land Premium
If the Roma are to be truly welcome in the enlarged EU, policy-makers must start treating them as people rather than agenda items.
By the European Roma Information Office
 
5 May 2004
In Great-Grandfather's Footsteps Premium
Around 130 years ago, a young man left his home in Slovakia in search of a better life in Britain. On the eve of EU accession, his great-grandson returned to the birthplace of his ancestors.
By John Lichfield
 
3 May 2004
The EU’s Unhappy New Members Premium
A law curbing the use of Russian and other minority tongues in education has sparked the largest protests in Latvia since independence.
By Aris Jansons
 
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
 
Romania: Ending Children as Export
3 May 2004
Ending the Child Export Business Premium
A proposed new law to limit international adoptions will give the EU exactly what it wants, and the U.S. precisely what it doesn't.
By Razvan Amariei
 

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