Southeastern Europe

Photo by Jan Dudas/Flickr Creative Commons
2 September 2008
Making Amends Premium
A handful of countries are leading the way in giving Roma a greater stake in government.
By Thomas Hammarberg
29 August 2008
One More for the Most-Wanted List? Premium
The case of a Serbian university student shows that his country and the West still don’t speak the same language.
St. John of Rila, from the Bulgarian Orthodox Church
28 August 2008
The Missing Debate Premium
Women can, and should, play a bigger role in the Bulgarian Orthodox Church. If only we could discuss it.
By Ina Merdjanova
27 August 2008
Money for Babies Premium
Macedonia is about to launch an ambitious program aimed at slowing migration and encouraging larger families.
By Ljubica Grozdanovska and Jessica Chen
Kosovo Serb woman. Creative Commons
26 August 2008
My Town is My Castle Premium
Hope vies with unease as Kosovo embarks on a sweeping local-autonomy plan.
By Delfin Pllana
25 August 2008
A Continental Fight Against Hatred Premium
Nations must take a harder line in combating crimes against ethnic and sexual minorities.
By Thomas Hammarberg
© UNHCR/Y.Mechitov/August 2008
21 August 2008
Building Homes, not Just Refuges Premium
It’s not too early to plan for the return and resettlement of those displaced by the latest Caucasus conflict.
By Anneke Smit
8 August 2008
All for One Premium
For Kosovo and its neighbors economic cooperation is the fastest route to stability.



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