Human Rights

Cold War: Peter Mibus, border jumper for love

After 46 years, Peter Mibus returned to Romania to retrace, along with his two daughters, the escape route he undertook with his beloved Uschi to realize their dream of love

European Union

EU-Bulgaria, a multi-speed anniversary

Bulgaria, the EU, and the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome. From the collapse of the Berlin Wall to ''multi-speed Europe". An interview with Professor Anna Krasteva

Economy

Civil Service in Kosovo: legal inconsistences and clientelist networks

Legal loopholes and clientelism affect the public administration sector in Kosovo, jeopardiziong its functioning and development

Environment

Sustainable tourism in Armenia

While the United Nations designated 2017 as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development, Armenia is struggling to manage and make the best out of the potential of this sector

Media

Montenegro: double standards in regulating media concentration

Although, officially, Montenegro doesn't have any problem with media concentration, two or three owners control most of the media. For some, this is not a major commitment, as they are primarily engaged in other businesses

Migration

Cold War: Peter Mibus, border jumper for love

After 46 years, Peter Mibus returned to Romania to retrace, along with his two daughters, the escape route he undertook with his beloved Uschi to realize their dream of love

Justice

Greece: Golden Dawn not willing to fade

Despite the arrest of its leadership, on trial for the murder of rapper Pavlos Fyssas, the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn movement continues to have support in the impoverished Greek society