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New at TOL:                                                                     Tuesday, 22 February 2011
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Top Stories:
1: Economy & Business: Bigger is Better
2: From the Archives: Puppet State or Failed State?
3: Conflict & Diplomacy: Independent but Isolated (subscribers only)
4: Our Take: Outsmarting the Cyber Cops

Editors’ Blog:
Your Ukrainian Content Wanted
Show Me the (Chinese) Money
The Czech Republic’s Other Education Problem

From the Archive:
Five years ago: A Trucking War  (subscribers only)
Ten years ago: The Case of Mirko Norac: Crystal Power
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— Announcement:  Training the Trainers

A new media/multimedia course for participants from Central Asia. Spend five days in
Prague and learn how effectively work with multimedia for journalists and citizen
journalists (bloggers) as well as using social media to promote materials,
websites, and campaigns online. Application deadline: February 28, 2011
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1: Economy & Business: Bigger is Better
Kyiv says its new tax code will snuff out corruption, but small business owners say
they will be the real victims.By Ksenia Korzun21 February 2011
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2: From the Archives: Puppet State or Failed State?
Now as in much of the recent past, the Chechen conflict is not about who will
govern Chechnya. It is about whether Chechnya will be governed at all. By Nabi Abdullaev21 February 2011
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3: Conflict & Diplomacy: Independent but Isolated
Three years after its secession, Kosovo must renew its push for international
recognition or face further stagnation.By Martin Waehlisch and Behar Xharra18 February 2011
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4: Our Take: Outsmarting the Cyber Cops
The U.S. aims to outfit online dissidents across the globe, but know-how is at least
important as technology.
By TOL
18 February 2011
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Editors’ Blog:
Your Ukrainian Content Wanted

This week marks one year since Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych’s inauguration.
Andrew Fenwick
21 Feb 2011

Bajramovic’s Memorial Desecrated
A monument honoring late singer Saban Bajramovic was desecrated for the fourth time.
Tihomir Loza
19 Feb 2011

Miami’s Vice, Budapest’s Virtue
… the head of the Hungarian Media Authority edited a short-lived girlie magazine
in those carefree days of the early ’90s …
Ky Krauthamer
17 Feb 2011
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From the Archive:
Five years ago: A Trucking War
Yet another issue strains bilateral relations between the ex-Yugoslav neighbors.
By Zeljka Vujcic
21 February 2005

Ten years ago: The Case of Mirko Norac: Crystal Power
Survivors of the 1991 massacre in Gospic shed light on General Norac.
By Zoran Daskalovic
22 February 2001