This autumn’s waves of Romani asylum-seekers from the Czech Republic and Slovakia have drawn Western attention to the plight of Roma in Central and Eastern Europe. While few would deny that the living conditions and human-rights situation of Roma in Central and Eastern Europe are appalling, no Western country has so far received the region’s […]

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