Southeastern Europe

3 July 2007
Legacy of Shame Premium
Health workers say too little is done to help the Romani community cope with HIV and AIDS.
By Claudia Lauer
29 June 2007
Coming Home
An American who grew up listening to stories about the Serbian province of Kosovo struggles with her discoveries.
By Adrienne Davich
26 June 2007
Rising from the Ashes Premium
Growing cultural and business cooperation in the former Yugoslavia shows there’s more than lingering nostalgia for the old federation.
By Tihomir Loza
25 June 2007
Under My Thumb Premium
Slovenia’s government is proving resourceful and energetic in its attempts to control the country’s journalists.
By Borut Mekina
25 June 2007
Waiting for Superman Premium
The new high representative will need more than diplomatic skills to revive a faltering operation in Bosnia.
By Kurt Bassuener
21 June 2007
Top Secret Premium
Critics say the Croatian government’s confidentiality proposal goes too far.
By Tena Erceg
21 June 2007
Do-It-Yourself Reform Premium
Bosnians must blaze their own trail to Europe without over-reliance on outside help, the new high representative warns.
18 June 2007
Serious Blow for Satirical Weekly Premium
An intrepid newspaper that attacked war, intolerance, and Croatia’s former president shuts down.
By Tihomir Loza


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