An interview with Jurij Koch, an eminent writer among the Slavic-speaking community in eastern Germany. Read more.
News from around the bloc: Poland at odds with Germany; Lithuania bans RT; match fixing in Armenia; Facebook and Ukraine; and demographics in Bulgaria. Read more.
When Dictators (Almost) Fall
By Nida Dincturk – Lukashenka will likely hold on to the presidency in August, but it won’t be nearly as easy as in the past. Read more.
By Emma Whitt – How a Czech influencer and his friends helped make his country a world leader in the adoption of face masks. Read more.
Today’s news headlines: Britain’s Magnitsky sanctions; Estonia’s “strawberry war”; a precocious Romanian vlogger; and more. Read more.
In the news today: military intelligence in Russia; NATO, Poland and the Baltics; faulty masks flood Europe; Moldova’s bootleg helicopters; and remembering Jan Kuciak through song. Read more.
El Dorado in Czech Cyberspace?
By Ivana Karaskova and Filip Sebok – The pandemic has prompted an upswing in Chinese propaganda, but its impact is questionable. From the Digital Communication Network. Read more.
Once caught in a war zone, the local Assyrian population – many of whom left for Western Europe – has been returning and working hard to revitalize the town of Kafro. Read more.
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