From Lads to Lords
War of Words
AROUND THE BLOC
Uzbek Prime Minister Named Interim President
Early Voting Underway and Under Fire in Belarus
Transdniester Decides It’s Time to Join Russia
Eastern EU Countries Urged to Improve VAT Collection
Russian Arctic River Runs Red
Leading Russian Polling Agency Listed as ‘Foreign Agent’
Ukraine Seeking Chinese Money for Dream Plane
Armenian Premier Steps Down
FROM THE TOL ARCHIVE – EDITORS’ PICK
Bulgarian Communist Monument May Get New Lease on Life
UN Says Rights Record of Belarus Remains Dismal
Lukashenka Wins Fifth Term
Czech Communist Nostalgia in an Immature Democracy
TOL is pleased to announce our new “Foreign Reporting” course held in Prague. Journalists are invited from January 8, 2017 to January 16, 2017, to receive the necessary skills that formulate a strong piece of “foreign reporting”. As an outgrowth of TOL’s years of experience in the publishing world, this course mixes both traditional foreign correspondence tactics, with cutting edge technological advancements to enhance journalists’ ability to tell their stories wherever they go. Whether your goal is to become an activist fighting for peaceful resolutions to horrific injustices, or to be on the frontlines of a region torn apart by war, this course will give journalists the ability to succeed in the exciting field of foreign correspondence.
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If you have any questions or concerns about the course, please email email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from those interested in this course!