Central Europe & Baltics
- 9 May 2011
- Is Europe’s Democratic Revolution Over?
A group of leading thinkers on Central and Eastern Europe assess the state of democracy, security, and diplomacy in the region.
- By TOL
- 5 May 2011
- Easter's Whipping Boys
- The Czech Republic's Easter festivities offer a celebration at once traditional and odd.
- By Eve Bernhard and Andrew Fenwick
- 2 May 2011
- The War on Terror, Year One
On the first anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, analysts around TOL’s coverage region assessed the changes in their countries.
- 27 April 2011
- A Slippery Slope
The ruling party’s passage of a new constitution for Hungary over the objection of all the others was a practice no real democratic state would tolerate.
- By Balint Szlanko
- 20 April 2011
- An Enlightened Education
A group of schools in Hungary takes a page from a Buddhist crusader to help Roma and others who need it.
- By Anita Komuves
- 13 April 2011
- What a Difference a Year Makes
The grief over the plane crash that so united Poland has long been overtaken by divisive squabbles over the tragedy.
- By Martin Ehl
- 11 April 2011
- Poland's Body Blow
The Smolensk plane crash might have been a chance for rapprochement between Russia and Poland, but it was too useful as a political tool.
- By Wojciech Kosc and Parker Snyder
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