Articles and Commentary

Wrocław Acts Globally


Between May 31st and June 2nd 2012, politicians, economists and other major figures in transatlantic relations converged in Wrocław Poland for the Wrocław Global Forum – a two and a half day conference on current hot topics.


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Is EU Membership the Only Option for Serbia?


Granting Serbia the status of candidate country for the European Union in March 2012 became an important moment in the post-Yugoslavian history of this country while at the same time also leading to a series of further questions and concerns.


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Veterans Who Never Smelled the Gunpowder


Victory Day is still quite important to Russians. In fact, recent opinion polls show that it is even more important than Christmas or Easter.


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Eurovision: Thuggery and Football


In the end, the BBC's exposé of football hooliganism in Ukraine and Poland lived up to the PR trail.

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Stadiums of Hate or Sensationalist Journalism?


Anti-Semitic chanting, monkey noises, Nazi graffiti and a former captain of England, Sol Campbell giving the juiciest of pull quotes: “Don't go to EURO 2012, or you might come back in a coffin.”


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  • EuroMaidan

    New Eastern Europe's Continuing coverage of the Euromaidan Protests in Ukraine

    The Ukrainian government’s decision to put the country’s European integration on hold was met by a spontaneous protest of middle class and students. Three days later the rally organised by political parties attracted the biggest turnout since 2004 Orange revolution events.


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  • Intermarium
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