Around the Bloc

11 December 2018
Czech PM Vows to Erase His Name from Communist Agent List

Andrej Babis is also defending his actions last year when his son mysteriously turned up in Russian-controlled Crimea.

 
11 December 2018
As the Baltic Warms, Fish Vanish

Temperatures in the sea are rising at three times the average rate for the world’s oceans.

 
11 December 2018
Tymoshenko in DC: I’m Your Woman

The Orange Revolution hero is saddled with a less than pristine image, but so are most other Ukrainian presidential candidates.

 
10 December 2018
Pashinyan Political Bloc Wins Parliamentary Elections in Armenia

Acting prime minister had called for early elections in order to secure mandate for legislative changes.

 
7 December 2018
Pro-Government Hungarian Media Merge Into Giant Conglomerate

With hundreds of press, broadcast, and online outlets, the non-profit group is exempt from competition rules.

 
7 December 2018
Bosnia Faces Decision on NATO Pre-Membership Plan

Expected opposition from Bosnian Serbs could further erode the country’s fragile political balance.

 
6 December 2018
UK Freezes Pay-for-Visa Scheme Popular With Russians

Wealthy investors seeking EU residency need not worry – a dozen other countries still issue 'golden visas.'

 
6 December 2018
State Fund Scandal Roils Mongolian Politics

Prime minister is clinging to power after surviving his own party’s attempt to oust him.

 
6 December 2018
Tirana in Tirade Against Greece After Latest Albanian Death

Foreign Ministry calls on Athens to curtail ultra-nationalists, condemn hate speech aimed at the Albanian minority.

 
5 December 2018
Serbia Tries to Rally Support Against Creation of Kosovo Army

Belgrade is looking for international allies ahead of mid-December vote, arguing that a new military could be used against Serbian minority in Kosovo.

 

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