Southeastern Europe

3 July 2009
Jokes and Shrugs Premium
Bulgaria’s youth greet this weekend’s elections with a yawn or a snicker.
By Vesselin Dimitrov
 
2 July 2009
Before It Hits the Fan Premium
A prime minister makes an unexpected departure as some predict economic collapse and EU-accession limbo for his country.
By Tihomir Loza
 
30 June 2009
Electioneering on the Rocks Premium
In the Bulgarian capital, election campaigning goes down nice and easy on a hot summer day.
By Kristen Ghodsee
 
29 June 2009
New Country for Old Habits Premium
Kosovo’s media, like the country itself, might be young, but they’re dealing with some old problems.
By Marius Dragomir
 
18 June 2009
Sexing Up Europe Premium
Bulgarian voters get more steamed up over complex European issues than many pundits give them credit for.
By Boyko Vassilev
 
17 June 2009
Hitting Criminals Where It Hurts Premium
Serbian police believe they finally have an effective tool against criminal groups.
By Dorotea Carnic and Milos Djorelijevski
 

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