Southeastern Europe

26 March 2009
Hits From the ’70s and ’80s Premium
From The Big Read emerges a picture of a ubiquitous Bulgarian creature: the nostalgic omnivore.
By Boyko Vassilev
19 March 2009
Ripple Effect Premium
A stale row over a land and sea border could complicate next month’s NATO summit, and possibly the future shape of the EU.
By Ales Gaube
Milorad Dodik
16 March 2009
The Corruption Code Premium
The mutual distrust between international monitors and the Republika Srpska leader is slowing Bosnia’s transition to full self-rule.
By Miroslav Ajder
12 March 2009
Into the Dustbin? Premium
As it crumbles, a monument in Sofia’s center forces residents and officials to consider the fate of this mammoth, socialist-era symbol.
By Vesselin Dimitrov
12 March 2009
One People, Two Worlds Premium
When an imam is convicted of child abuse, religious and secular Bosnian Muslims shout at each other across a divide.
By Tihomir Loza



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