Stories about Eastern & Central Europe from June, 2016
Be Ready to Scream on Facebook, Before Signing Up for Moscow's Car-Sharing Services
Moscow's Zipcar equivalent is trying to show customers that it's listening. This comes after an Internet scandal where it didn't look like a great listener.
Russian Blogger Arrested After Helping US Journalists Report on Olympic Real Estate in Sochi
A Russian blogger has been arrested after working with an HBO film crew to report on the real estate situation in the wake of the Sochi Olympics.
Threats of Criminal Charges Do Not Deter Macedonia's ‘Colorful Revolutionaries’
According to experts, the charges are illegal from several points of view.
What It's Like to Come Forward About Sexual Harassment in the Russian Opposition
Arguments between oppositionists about the best organizing strategies are not uncommon in Russia. What happened next, however, was uncommon. A campaign worker went public with sexual-harassment allegations.
The Week That Was at Global Voices Podcast: Unsung Heroes
This week, we head to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Japan, Myanmar, Brazil and Syria.
Macedonia's Ruling Party Has Resuscitated Socialist Realism Without the Socialism
Macedonia's ruling party placed an order for more than 50 paintings, depicting key moments in its history, in the manner of the former Communist party.
Russian Strip Club Threatens to Take Job-Hunting Website to Court for Refusing to Publish Dancer Vacancy
A Russian striptease club is threatening to take a job-hunting website to court over the latter's refusal to publish a job ad for a show ballet dancer at the club.