Southeastern Europe

Richard Holbrooke
29 April 2008
How Washington Got It Wrong Premium
Unwittingly, Richard Holbrooke reveals the naiveté behind Washington’s beliefs about Bosnia’s Muslims.
By Tihomir Loza
28 April 2008
Learn to Forget
Reformers say rote learning is holding Macedonian students down.
By Ljubica Grozdanovska
25 April 2008
Sofia’s Mean Streets
The killing of a popular author may spark the housekeeping that Bulgaria badly needs.
23 April 2008
One More Chance
A Romanian initiative to bring high-school dropouts back to class gains pace despite social stigma.
By Sinziana Demian
22 April 2008
You Have Only to Ask Premium
Serbia’s NATO neighbors make overtures, but will Belgrade be wooed?
By Cristian Stefanescu
18 April 2008
No More Greek Salad Premium
Macedonians are snubbing their southern neighbor after Athens blocked the country’s NATO membership.
By Ljubica Grozdanovska



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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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