Central Europe & Baltics

4 March 2011
Does Poland Really Know Belarus? Premium

Jaroslaw Kaczynski’s critique of current Polish policy toward Belarus reveals how outmoded thinking is damaging Belarusian civil society.

By Kiryl Kascian
 
2 March 2011
Power to the Clueless Premium

The Hungarian and EU leader writes another memorable page in history with his latest budget “reform.”

By Balint Szlanko
 
28 February 2011
The EU's Thin Line
As Romania and Bulgaria see their Schengen prospects rise and fall, we remember the huge risk the bloc took in accepting Slovakia.
By Dominic Swire
 
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23 February 2011
German Efficiency Married to Czech Ingenuity

Twenty years after its risk-laden privatization, VW-owned carmaker Skoda is the engine of the Czech economy and a way of life in the town of Mlada Boleslav. Second in a series. From Respekt.

By Tomas Sacher
 
16 February 2011
Our People in Cairo Premium

The new EU members need to learn that “diplomatic” is not only a synonym for 'conciliatory.'

By Katerina Safarikova
 
14 February 2011
Hungary: Into the Deep End Premium

Hungarian filmmakers say budget cuts are putting them out of business. The government says local filmmakers have lived beyond the country's means long enough.

By Theodore Schwinke
 

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