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· February, 2009

Stories about Eastern & Central Europe from February, 2009

Armenia: Remembering the Budapest Murder

Yesterday marked the fifth anniversary of the murder of 26-year old Gurgen Margarian, an Armenian officer attending a NATO Partnership for Peace program in Budapest, Hungary. Killed in his sleep...

Georgia-Russia: Information War

Georgia: Eurovision Controversy

Following its recent war with Russia, Georgia had initially planned to boycott this year's Eurovision Song Contest to be staged in Moscow, but later changed its mind. However, if reversing...

Russia: “Poverty” Photos

Ukraine: Obama's and NATO Membership

Ukraine: The Khanenko Museum

Slovenia: Croatia's NATO Entry

Ukraine: Giving the Mayor Away For Free

Kosovo: First Anniversary of Independence

Ukraine: Notes on the Crisis

Serbia: The Parliament

Russia: Valentine's Day Politics

Former Soviet Union: The Legacy of Afghanistan

Russia, EU: “Policy-Media Interaction” and Blogging

Russia: Russian National Library

Poland: Warsaw's New Bridge

Hungary: Attitudes Toward Gypsies

Hungary: MTI's 1989 and 1956 News Items Online

Estonia: “Consolidation” of Tallinn

Bulgaria: IHT's Coverage of Corruption

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