Can a few thousand workers and settlers reverse the region’s devastating population loss?
Acquisition confirms trend of Western owners exiting the politically charged media environment of southeastern Europe.
Scrapped scheme was meant to speed crossing times at dilapidated border checkpoints.
When his skis broke, hopes for the country’s only Alpine skier to compete in Pyeongchang looked dim.
Despite Albania and Macedonia’s acknowledged progress, a lot still remains to be done.
World’s first data embassy will increase the security of data coming from the technologically advanced Baltic nation.
Although expected, the decision raises questions about how effective EU bodies are in upholding a commitment to common values.
On 17 February, the youngest state born from the dissolution of Yugoslavia marked 10 years of independence.By Riccardo Celeghini
A mysterious company is paving the New Silk Road in Eastern Europe and beyond. From China Digital Times.By Martin Hala
But the Smog Free Tower is unlikely to solve Poland’s pollution problem, caused by its heavy reliance on coal.
How can the Czech Republic have such low rates of depression and still so many suicides?By Charlie Mitchell
It’s hardly a secret that Turkmenistan is one of the most unashamedly authoritarian countries in the world. Why do they even bother holding elections?By Donnacha O Beachain and Abel Polese
How a ratification debate, a translation misunderstanding, and social prejudices set the country on fire.By BOYKO VASSILEV
Those willing and able to emulate the most despicable enemies of a free press are a dime a dozen.By PETER GROSS
The Czech Republic could have prevented another populist victory by taking a closer look at neighboring Slovakia’s recent history.By MARTIN EHL
How the EU Council president won over Bulgarian hearts and minds during his stay in Sofia, at least for an evening.By BOYKO VASSILEV
Far from being Brussels’ darling, Viktor Orban has, however, endeared himself to some European leaders who admire his pragmatism and political know-how.By MARTIN EHL
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