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A Eurovision performance shines a powerful light on the lives of Russian women.
Experts’ predictions of further threats to media freedom don’t reflect the whole story.
There is a green specter on the horizon. Or is that a green chance?
Mysterious documents raise questions and revive the hot-button issue of Bosnia’s borders.
The Yugoslav leader’s legacy began to unravel soon after his 1980 death. From Global Voices.
The appointment of a new rector linked to the ruling party set off large protests at a top Istanbul university. From Inside Turkey.
Falling support for traditional left-wing parties reflects a transformation of the Czech electorate and politics. From Respekt.
Slovakia is a source area for migrating lynx, bears, and wolves, but they risk life and limb negotiating the maze of roads and railways. From Dennik N.
Viliam Klimacek’s newly translated novel tells stories of 1960s Czechoslovak emigration experiences that remain as relevant as ever.
Persecuted and imprisoned for his reporting, an Azerbaijani journalist seeks the real story of his abduction from a street in the Georgian capital.
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