Central Europe & Baltics

17 November 2010
Skin Deep Premium

Lithuania and Poland can no longer rely on an assumption of common interests to get along.

By BBC Monitoring
10 November 2010
The End of Central European Cinema as We Know It Premium

Small cinemas are looking to the digital revolution as the antidote to commercial pressure from multiplexes. But the cure may be worse than the disease.

By Theodore Schwinke
2 November 2010
Slovakia’s Ungrateful Insight Premium

Bratislava had good reasons for refusing to bail out Greece, but the decision also gets to the heart of what transition means.

By Sergei Korol
27 October 2010
Let’s Tax the Foreigners! Premium

A lion of Hungarian liberalism bows out, battered by the conservative wave.

By Martin Ehl
26 October 2010
How Do You Spell Fiasco? Premium

Simmering disagreements over the rights of Poles in Lithuania could be reaching a boiling point. 

By BBC Monitoring
15 October 2010
Losing the Faith? Premium

Any conclusions about Polish Catholicism based on this summer’s cross controversy are likely to be as superficial as previous stereotypes about the country and its church.

By Gregory Slysz


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