27 July 2018
Kremlin Tries to Lure Wealthy Exiles Home

Criminal investigations could be lifted if corrupt entrepreneurs – and their capital – come home, according to reports.

25 July 2018
Russia in Rare Admission of Prison Abuses

In latest incident, a prison officer has been sacked after an inmate died of apparent suffocation.

24 July 2018
Green Light for Putin?

U.S. President Donald Trump's siding with Russia at the Helsinki summit could spell bad news for Central Europe and the Balkans, where Moscow's influence is already conspicuous.

By Martin Ehl
20 July 2018
Mixed Memories Mark Centenary of Czar’s Murder Premium

Less than half of Russians view the last Romanov ruler in a positive light.

12 July 2018
Serious Fun Premium

Slowly but surely, activists across Eastern Europe and Eurasia are learning how games can change the minds and hearts of their fellow citizens.

By George Leech
10 July 2018
Russia and Croatia Take World Cup Spotlight Premium

Host country left the tournament after unexpectedly successful performance, while  its victorious opponent, Croatia, found itself surrounded by a number of controversies. 

10 July 2018
Temporarily “Home” Premium

A personal story of domestic violence illustrates the value of housing for the victims, but Moldova still has far to go before the country reaches European standards in tackling the problem.

By Victoria Borta
2 July 2018
Russia, Belarus, and Turkmenistan Among Worst Human Trafficking Offenders in the World Premium

U.S. State Department’s annual Trafficking in Persons report can result in penalties limiting access to international assistance.

29 June 2018
Anxious Days on the Azov Sea Premium

Russia deploys more naval ships and steps up stop-and-search of Ukrainian cargo vessels.

25 June 2018
Russian Private University Loses Accreditation Premium

The Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences’ reputation as a liberal stronghold might be the reason behind the move.



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