Wasted Journies to the Greener Grass
Krzysztof Zanussi, a leading director of the "cinema of moral concern," advocates forgiveness in the post-Communist age.
The outside media looking into the region:
Germany: Returning Heroes and Villains
Media veterans Haider and Gorbachev dominate the German press this week—with different receptions.
Great Britain: The EU Caves In
While Austria is free from sanctions, Europe is burdened by its increasing fuel troubles.
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The Sergeant and the Girl
Does the US think the price of an American girl's life is higher than an Albanian one?
Not everybody in Slovenia is happy that Koper might become the country's third university town.
Latvia's Shaky Scales of Justice
After a year of feeble sentences, protracted trials, bungled cases and international criticism, Latvia's justice system is in shambles.
Notes from the Underground
Why are inspectors on the Prague metro so aggressive?
We Have Enough Problems
Viktor Orbán sets out to prove he has a social conscience.
The Road to War in Serbia: Trauma and Catharsis
Reviewed by Emil Kerenji
A new collection examines the causes of war in the former Yugoslavia.
...jak Češi jednají
Jan Čulík on Czech public debate in the new Europe.
Casting for the Future of Yugoslavia
The upcoming elections in Yugoslavia and Kosovo will determine the future in the Balkans