Around the Bloc
Plus, Polish coal miners protest Turow mine decision, Russia-NATO relationship on the rocks, and more.
Plus, Latvia introduces new coronavirus lockdown, Moscow hosts Taliban talks, and more.
Plus, new coronavirus restrictions in Moscow, Saakashvili on hunger strike, and more.
Plus, elections in Estonia and Armenia, Turkey summons 10 ambassadors, and more.
Plus, Marki-Zay wins Hungarian primaries, French ambassador told to leave Belarus, and more.
Regional headlines and analysis delivered to your inbox every weekday.
A lack of imagination on the part of democrats and liberals makes them easy targets for salesmen of lies. From Dennik N.
Rational politicians won the Czech elections, but it remains to be seen if they can orient the country in the right direction.
Will Czechia stay the course after its elections? Let us hope political maturity will lead the way.
The end of the Merkel era should lead to a reckoning among the region’s politicians – if only more far-sighted leaders could be found.
Frustrated by the low level of media literacy in her country, one journalist decides to take things into her own hands.
A journalist explores the evolution of the breakaway territory since the change of borders last November. From JAMnews.
The success of the team has provided a welcome alternative to the ugly divisiveness around men’s football, but not everyone seems ready for it.
How dozens of people have been left stranded between the Polish and Belarusian borders. From Political Critique.
Slovakia’s longest trail turns even introverted hikers into social creatures. Encounters with strangers make this test of physical and mental strength easier. From Dennik N.
With the help of outdoor cat houses and volunteer labor, Istanbul seeks to improve the lives of its thousands of stray cats.
Top Posts & Pages
- Shelter From the Storm
- Turkish Lira Sinks to Historic Low
- The Big Comeback
- ‘The Good Foe’
- Saving Turkey's Sea Turtles
- Five Visits to Zeman’s Bedside
- Another Land: Nagorno-Karabakh One Year After the War
- Polish PM Rejects EU’s ‘Language of Threats’
- Kremlin Has ‘No Respect’ for Navalny’s EU Human Rights Prize
- Opposition Claims Victory in North Macedonian Local Elections