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CER now offers electronic books on European affairs. For more information on ebooks and the CER eBookclub, click here.
Shedding the Balkan Skin
NEW! How Slovenia went from the brink of war to star student of the EU in just a few short years.
Greasing the Wheels
The bribes, the theft, the orgies... Hungary's incredible oil scandal fully explained.
Memory and Forgetting
Historical amnesia and post-Cold War attitudes in the Czech Republic. FREE ebook for CER eBookclub members.
The Celluloid Tinderbox
An explosive decade of Yugo film. FREE!
After the Rain
Has "transition" all been for nought?
The Failure of a New History
Tense Czecho-German relations. FREE!
The Deserts of Bohemia
Reviewed by Dick Nilsson
What can the social context tell us about Czech fiction?
Scapegoat and Scarecrow
The historical divisions between Eastern and Western Europe conjour up a dual interpretation of EU integration in Romania.
Storm Cloud over Bosnia
The nationalist parties of Bosnia-Hercegovina still have political clout.
The Blessings of
the Informal Economy
If Central European countries relied only on their official economies, they would have gone bankrupt ages ago.
Trouble Down the Farm
József Torgyán, Hungarian Minister of Agriculture and President of the Party of Independent Smallholders, is fudging his declaration of assets.
The sources of political legitimacy in the Czech Republic in the 1990s.
Ivan the Terrible
From our partner, The Guardian: A portrayal of Russian writer Ivan Bunin is being hailed as the most important film to come out of Russia this year. So why did the authorities try to block it?
The BFI Companion to Eastern European and Russian Cinema
An insightful guide to the region's diverse film history.
The outside media looking into the region:
Great Britain: Journey to
the Heart of Chernobyl
Will Ukraine suffer a meltdown like its infamous reactor?
Germany: A-Voting We Will Go
Apathy and disappointment reigned
supreme in elections throughout the region.
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