Southeastern Europe

23 August 2007
Cops vs. Journalists Premium
Investigative reporters get an unwelcome reception from Bulgaria’s Interior Ministry and the police.
By Vesselin Dimitrov
 
22 August 2007
Balkan Obstacle Course Premium
The EU must learn from past mistakes and wield its influence more effectively in the enlargement process, Heather Grabbe argues in her new book.
By Risto Karajkov
 
21 August 2007
Back to School
In a labor market without compass, Macedonians are seeking to requalify for new jobs and hoping the country’s education system will catch up with the changing world.
By Ljubica Grozdanovska
 
17 August 2007
The Perils of Being Weak Premium
Czech and Estonian leaders wrote the textbook on how to handle ex-communists. Others need to heed their lessons.
By Fredo Arias-King
 
14 August 2007
The Black Hole Scenario Premium
Serbian analysts look for links between the endless Kosovo status process and the country’s hopes to join the EU.
 
13 August 2007
Europe’s Escape Routes Premium
Wary of Moscow’s stranglehold on natural gas supplies, the EU hopes several planned pipelines will provide a way out.
By Jeffrey White
 
7 August 2007
When Success Equals Failure Premium
Russia has managed to stall an independent Kosovo for now. But fresh talks will only delay the inevitable.
By Tihomir Loza
 
27 July 2007
The Libyan Lesson Premium
The European public supports a more muscular EU foreign policy. Efforts to help six jailed Bulgarians show that similar concerted influence might work in the Balkans.
By TOL
 
27 July 2007
PC Politics
The Macedonian government plans to buy computers for every student. But many schools are not equipped to connect.
By Ljubica Grozdanovska
 

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