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Isaac McKean Scarborough on Moscow’s Heavy Shadow in Tajikistan

The Soviet Union’s collapse 32 years ago led to rapid change, economic collapse, and violence. In Tajikistan, that violence slid rapidly into civil war. Reflecting...

Rheinmetall Plans to Open at Least 4 Plants in Ukraine

German arms manufacturer Rheinmetall plans to set up at least four factories in Ukraine to produce artillery shells, military vehicles, gunpowder, and anti-aircraft weapons,...

Will the Third Time Be the Charm for Tajikistan’s Thwarted Power Transition?

Infighting over the succession and growing frustration in the regions could shatter the stability that the Tajik president has been building for so many...

Transparency International: Romania Remains Among Europe’s Most Corrupt Countries

Romania still remains among the EU countries with the worst performance in terms of the implementation of anti-corruption measures, with 46 points out of...

EU Chief Demands Kosovo and Serbia Stick To Normalisation Deal

Ursula von der Leyen said on Tuesday in Belgrade that the EU expects Serbia and Kosovo to respect the agreements they made earlier this...

Sex Crimes Against Minors in Montenegro Rarely Punished to Maximum

In mid-March 2021 in the Montenegrin coastal town of Budva, a pensioner molested two girls, both aged 10 at the time, trying to kiss...

Are Cee Hauliers Justified in Their Blockade of Border Crossings With Ukraine?

Transport ministers from EU countries are set to meet in Brussels on Monday, amid growing protests at border crossings with Ukraine by Polish and...


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