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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 Post-Nice Syndrome
The Nice Summit is something we all wanted for the sake of clarity, but its outcome is far from lucid.
Ten Years After
Did the West prolong the survival of Socialism in East Germany?
Lithuania's Own-goal Politics
Recent political maneuvering may threaten Lithuania's integration into the EU and NATO.
The Pettifogger Procurators
The diplomatic corps are generally corrupt and inept. And no one cares.
Author Henryk Grynberg
Z księgi rodzaju
Grynberg's new poetry anthology speaks of loss and survival.
Recording a Lost World
Grynberg's Memorbuch paints a complex portrait of the Polish-Jewish publisher Adam Bromberg.
Social Costs of Transformation
Jan Adam's look at the effects of economic change on living standards in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland.
The outside media looking into the region:
Great Britain: Zoran and Göran
What challenges face Serbian prime minister-designate Zoran Đinđić and new EU president Göran Persson in 2001?
Germany: Who's the Boss?
Germany eyes the Czech TV crisis and Poland's EU dreams.
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