Novinky z Transitions Online

Top Stories:

1: The Fourth Estate:Voice of the People’s Representatives
2: From the Archives: Stalin’s Place
3: Conflict & Diplomacy: Russia’s Foreign-Policy Two Step
4: Our Take: How to Understand Osh

From the Archive:

Five years ago: Andijan Refugees in Limbo
Ten years ago: Dodgy Bankers

——————————————————————-

1: The Fourth Estate:Voice of the People’s Representatives
Hungary’s new government has launched what it calls a much-needed
media fix. Critics call it a hostile takeover.
By Marius Dragomir
28 June 2010
http://tol.org/client/article/21581-voice-of-the-peoples-representatives.htm

2: From the Archives: Stalin’s Place
Seven years before the town of Gori lost its Stalin statue, the
late dictator’s museum was largely empty, but his admirers were steadfast.
By Natalia Antelava
28 June 2010
http://tol.org/client/article/21580-stalins-place.html

3: Conflict & Diplomacy: Russia’s Foreign-Policy Two Step
As Obama meets with Medvedev this week, it still isn’t clear who
really handles foreign policy in Moscow.
By Peter Rutland
25 June 2010
http://www.tol.org/client/article/21576-russias-foreign-policy-two-step.html

4: Our Take: How to Understand Osh
As some of the underlying causes of the violence in Kyrgyzstan come to
light, so does the realization that they will not be easy to fix.
By TOL
25 June 2010
http://www.tol.org/client/article/21577-how-to-understand-osh.html


From the Archive:

Five years ago: Andijan Refugees in Limbo
Uzbek refugees in Kyrgyzstan have not met a warm welcome from
officials or local people, despite the urgings of activists and the UN.
By Kylych Tashtemirov
27 June 2005
http://www.tol.org/client/article/14226-andijan-refugees-in-limbo.html

Ten years ago: Dodgy Bankers
The shakiness of the current financial and economic structures
in the Czech Republic was highlighted again over the past couple
of weeks.
By Jan Čulík
26 June 2000
http://www.tol.org/client/article/14085-dodgy-bankers.html

——————————————————————-

About Us:

The TOL newsletter is published by Transitions Online (www.tol.org),
the leading internet publication covering Central and Eastern Europe,
the Balkans, and the former Soviet Union.

The TOL newsletters reach thousands of subscribers every week. If you
want to get in touch with them please contact us at “>


for more information or visit
http://www.tol.org/client/transitions/11880-subscribe.html

Join Transitions Online on Facebook for the latest articles, pictures,
competitions and announcements: http://www.facebook.com/TransitionsOnline

Přílohy