Southeastern Europe

25 June 2019
My Story, Your Story, History
Asking historians to reconcile competing historical traditions sounds like a sensible idea, but was this a poisoned chalice for Bulgarian and North Macedonian historians?
By Boyko Vassilev
17 June 2019
Can 'Radical Love' Win Again? Premium

An opposition politician is betting that a calm demeanor and de-polarization rhetoric can lead to victory in next week's re-run of Istanbul's mayoral election.

By Gokce Cicek Kosedagi
3 June 2019
More Than a Trivial Change Premium
Critics say a proposed amendment to Turkish law, which would restrict the payment of alimony, could leave women trapped – in poverty or in abusive marriages.
By Zeynep Yunculer
31 May 2019
No Mass Exodus of CEE nationals From Pre-Brexit UK? Premium
Migration statistics show citizens of CEE countries that joined the EU in 2004 were leaving the pre-Brexit UK before December 2018, but that is not the whole story.
By Victoria Roberts
30 May 2019
European Elections Spice Things Up Premium

European Parliament elections have revealed a growing change in taste.

By Martin Ehl
29 May 2019
Cell Door Slams on Romania’s Kingmaker Premium

Many in Bucharest and Brussels are cheering, but it may be too soon to write off Liviu Dragnea.

By Ky Krauthamer



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