Southeastern Europe

17 October 2008
Rough Patch Ahead Premium
Municipal elections in Bosnia have only tightened the grip of nationalist parties.
By Kurt Bassuener
14 October 2008
Eyes on the Ball Premium
As the EU mission remains stalled and rumors of partition swirl, this is no time for the international community to ignore Kosovo.
By Sabine Freizer
10 October 2008
End the Greek Tragedy Premium
The endless bickering over Macedonia’s name merely distracts from a far greater need.
8 October 2008
While We Weren't Looking Premium
Bosnians’ indifference to last month’s attacks on Gay Pride attendees could come back to haunt them.
By BBC Monitoring
25 September 2008
Performing Mosaics Premium
A mosaic artist conquers the world one nail, toothpick, or cork at a time.
By Besar Likmeta
18 September 2008
Long, Hot Summer
But now comes the autumn of Bulgarians’ unanswered questions.
By Boyko Vassilev



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The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.

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