Central Europe & Baltics
- 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
- 30 March 2011
- Spilled Gravy in the Lobbies of Power
It’s not technically illegal for members of the European Parliament to peddle their influence for cash. And for some, it’s normal.
- By Katerina Safarikova
- 22 March 2011
- A Warsaw for Everyone
Poland’s first openly gay, popularly elected official envisions a more open, “sexy and colorful” city.
- By Wojciech Kosc
- 18 March 2011
- Passing the Book
- Schools catering to the Czech Republic's Romani community are producing more graduates, but are they really the answer?
- By Lucie Kavanova
- 16 March 2011
- Dishing the Dirt, or the Polish Way
The smaller Central European countries could take a lesson from Warsaw’s subtler way of dealing with the American ally.
- By Martin Ehl
- 15 March 2011
- Bulking Up
As other emerging markets grab the headlines, multinationals will be the key to helping Central and Eastern European economies punch above their weight.
- By Sergei Korol
- 11 March 2011
- The City Under Water
For months, flooding in a small town in Hungary has been forcing some of the country's poorest families to find new homes.
- By Gergely Nagy
- 8 March 2011
- The Perils of Blowing the Whistle
The Czech Republic’s most famous whistleblower talks of the corruption he uncovered at the State Environmental Fund and the fate that befell him.
- By Jeremy Druker
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