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Sow and Reap
The Czech Social Democrats have been a success. Why is it the public can't stand them?
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.
After the Rain
Was transition for naught? Sam Vaknin studies the culture shock and the quagmire that transition has become.
The Celluloid Tinderbox
An explosive decade of Yugo film. FREE!
The Failure of a New History
Tense Czecho-German relations. FREE!
The Common Enemy
CER readers should not be surprised at the escalating tension in the Balkans; we've been predicting it for ages.
Using Drugs in Hungary
An interview with Ákos Topolánszky, Deputy Under-Secretary of State in the Ministry of Youth and Sport on drug use in Hungary.
Drifters in Mannheim
Dito Tsintsadze's Lost Killers depicts the disenfranchised in post-reunification Germany.
Reviewed by Joanna Rohozińska
What aerial photography reveals about the mass graves of Polish officers.
The outside media looking into the region:
Macedonia in the Headlines
This week, the British press asks: Didn't we just have a Balkan war?
The German press debates Nazi slave labour compensation and Polish anti-Semitism.
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