Central Europe & Baltics

3 May 2010
Estonia’s Big Step Backward Premium

The Estonian government’s attempt to make journalists disclose their sources is taking so much flak, it’s hard to believe they will go ahead with it.

By Marius Dragomir
 
3 May 2010
Minority Versus Minority Premium

Before EU entry, Latvia’s Russian speakers were growing increasingly restive. Many remain unhappy today.

By Andrew Cave
 
28 April 2010
Journalists in a Chokehold Premium

Slovakia’s government aims to use the country’ public broadcasters as its PR machine, which seems fine with most Slovaks.

By Rasto Kuzel
 
22 April 2010
The Region No One Could Name Premium

In which our fearless columnist tries to find a label that fits Poland, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, et al.

By Boyko Vassilev
 
21 April 2010
An Angry, Whimpering Tiger
After years of roaring growth, Latvians look to fix blame for the pain of austerity.
By Justin Vela
 
20 April 2010
‘Sign This Paper or You Will Die’ Premium
Tricked into authorizing their own sterilizations, a group of Romani women in the Czech Republic have united to fight for reproductive rights.
By Sophie Kohn
 

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