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CONFLICT & DIPLOMACY
Recognition Math and the Status of Nagorno-Karabakh
As tensions reached the boiling point in Nagorno-Karabakh last month, the breakaway region saw support from some unlikely allies: U.S. state governments.
By Ann Tsurtsumia-Zurabashvili

AROUND THE BLOC

May 2
Opposition Parties Take to the Streets in Serbia
Supporters incensed after recount leaves nationalist party shut out of parliament – by one vote.

More Land Protests in Kazakhstan
In a rare threat to his authority, president evokes Ukraine conflict to show the dangers of a lack of unity.

April 3
Poland Bans Pro-Kremlin Motorcycle Group
For second year in a row, authorities prevent “Night Wolves” club from driving through the country, irking Moscow.

Extremist Czech Group Wants to Be Like AfD
Looking forward to elections, Bloc Against Islam looks West for a model.

THE TOL ARCHIVE – EDITORS’ PICK

Welcoming Migrants, Against the Tide
While the Czech government holds a strongly anti-immigrant line, groups of citizens are organizing via social media to help migrants. Among them is…
By Marie Hermanova

Karadzic Verdict Exposes Bosnia’s Unhealed Scars
Srebrenica survivors outraged that former Bosnian Serb leader escapes life sentence; Serbian radicals rally behind him.
By Ky Krauthamer

Hunting for Brains
The Czech economy is going high-tech, but it can’t find the workers to take it there.
By Sylvie Blechova

Reporting Srebrenica: Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil
Twenty years ago, Serbian media were nearly silent on the huge atrocity as it unfolded just over the border.
By Antonela Riha

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