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· December, 2010

Stories about Eastern & Central Europe from December, 2010

31 December 2010

Russia: Internet 2010 Overview

RuNet Echo

2010 highlighted several important trends of Russian Internet. Online audience grows very fast with people getting more news online and actively using social networks. In a lot of ways, 2010...

Ukraine: Former Interior Minister's Case

Belarus: More Commentary on Dec. 19

Hungary: “Viktor #Censorbán”

Hungary: Relations With China

Russia: Politics and Justice

Russia: Media Coverage of Khodorkovsky Verdict

30 December 2010

Ukrainian Blogosphere 2010: Still Enough Room for Everyone

Tetyana Bohdanova translates reports on the state of the Ukrainian blogosphere and the situation with other social media tools in Ukraine.

27 December 2010

Russia: How Vladivostok Christmas Tree Craziness Made Me Laugh

RuNet Echo

People in Vladivostok never lose their sense of humor. Otherwise one would be in the perpetual state of depression. They laugh about everything from nerve-racking traffic jams and alarming snow...

26 December 2010

Serbia, Albania, Kosovo: More Info on “Yellow House”

Russia: Is Internet Guilty of Organizing Nationalistic Riots?

RuNet Echo

Russian media and blogosphere ponder who is responsible for the nationalists’ riots in Moscow in mid-December. But the authorities found their own scapegoat – the Internet.

Poland: Blog Forum Gdansk

Arzu Geybullayeva writes about this year's Blog Forum Gdańsk, highlighting Polish bloggers' views on some of the issues discussed at the event.

23 December 2010

Christmas Recipes in Global Food Blogs

Christmas means ‘coming home’ to many people - but if this isn’t possible, preparing a magic meal can be a consolation. Bloggers of many continents have shared their favorite holiday...

Russia: List of Regional Governors’ Online Tools

Belarus: More on the Post-Election Situation

Russia: Media Coverage of Manezh Riots

Hungary: New Media Law and Censorship

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