Central Europe & Baltics
- 26 July 2010
- Swan Song of a Loyal Public Servant?
- The Czech public service broadcaster has been a model for its peers. But politics may kill it.
- By Marius Dragomir
- 23 July 2010
- The Maker of a Modern Magyar City
Jozsef Finta, one of the creators of contemporary Budapest, has been called many things. Timid is not one of them.
- By Peter Murphy
- 21 July 2010
- Underwater Adventures and Other Summer Fun in Hungary
You could put it down to sunstroke, but, no, for Hungarians, credulous paranoia is a year-round affliction.
- By Balint Szlanko
- 20 July 2010
- Poles Apart
TOL slide show: Polish cities large and small grapple with the challenges of revitalization that strengthens rather than separates urban communities.
- By Maciej Czarnecki
- 19 July 2010
- The Road More Traveled
In 2007, Polish officials were locked in a legal and public relations battle with environmentalists and the EU over a highway near the Lithuanian border.
- By Renate Zoeller
- 9 July 2010
- A Dose of Common Sense in the Center
All may not be well in Central Europe, but the prospects for change and reform look a lot better than they did just a few months ago.
- By TOL
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