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19 April 2018
Serbia’s Seselj Sabotages Croatian Lawmakers’ Historic Visit

Some question the nationalist leader’s right to a seat in parliament after a UN court upheld his war crimes conviction.

 
13 April 2018
Kristeva and Her Bulgarian Suffering

It may be hard to comprehend now, but for a Bulgarian emigre pre-1989, petty compromises with the system were possible, even desirable.

By Boyko Vassilev
 
21 March 2018
The Third Shooting of the Boy Petar from Konjic

A tragic story from a Bosnian town should remind us of the need to breathe new life into memories from the Balkan wars. From Al Jazeera Balkans.

By Dragan Bursac
 
20 February 2018
Silver Bear-Winning Bosnian Roma Dies in Poverty Premium

Nazif Mujic returned to collecting scrap iron in Bosnia after Germany rejected his request for asylum.

 
2 February 2018
Notorious Uzbek Security Chief Ousted Premium

President Mirziyoyev slates security police for magnifying trivial matters into national threats, vows to end repression.

 
1 February 2018
The Puzzle of Washington’s Russian Billionaire List Premium
The Trump administration’s list of rich and powerful Russians released this week has led to an outbreak of head-scratching on both sides of the Atlantic.
 
24 January 2018
Who Killed Iryna Nozdrovska?
The murder of a prominent female lawyer in Ukraine brings into question the progress of reform and revolution. From openDemocracy.
By Valeria Costa-Kostritsky
 
16 January 2018
Without Fanfare, Hungary Actually Takes In Refugees Premium

Country accepted 1,300 people last year in face of government’s official anti-Muslim and anti-migrant line.

 
2 January 2018
ICTY Says Praljak Suicide Could Not Have Been Prevented Premium

The UN court says its procedures could not have detected the cyanide that killed the former Bosnian Croat commander.

 
21 December 2017
Millionth ‘Ethnic Hungarian’ Receives Citizenship Premium

Ruling party’s push to extend citizenship and voting rights to ancestral Hungarians reaches a milestone.

 

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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.

This innovative approach to story telling gives voice to ordinary people and takes the reader on the virtual trip across Moldovan rural and urban landscapes. 

It is a unique and intimate map of the nation.

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