Amid all the uncertainties and difficulties facing Armenia, it appears to have the prospect of one certainty – that in February its current president, Serzh Sargsyan, will be elected to […]
Bulgaria has underlined time and again that it wants a reset of relations with Macedonia, calling on Skopje to end what Sofia describes as manipulatio ...
If those behind a petition claimed to have a million signatures have their way, Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili will step down in about a week, ...
On the eve of the first day of the Czech Republic’s first direct presidential elections on January 11 2013, two candidates, both former prime minist ...
One of the first major historical works into the formation of Czechoslovakia after World War 1, researched since the fall of the communists, has resulted in a Franco/Czech historian being […]
Director Tom Hooper got most things right in The King’s Speech, including obtaining a widely lauded performance from Colin Firth, but his direction was always a bit bland, as if […]
Going to the theatre to watch “Anna Karenina,” I was skeptical about it. I carried with me a bad impression from another collaboration by director Joe Wright and actress Keira […]
Russia says it will allow a bilateral adoption agreement with the United States to remain valid for the next year, despite Russia’s recent passage of a law banning the practice. […]
U.S. officials say an associate of convicted Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout has been arrested in Australia. The Drug Enforcement Administration and a U.S. prosecutor announced that Richard Ammar Chichakli […]
Sotir Tsatsarov was sworn in as Bulgaria’s prosecutor-general on January 10. In his first media statement after officially taking office, Tsatsarov said that he would seek to reform the prosecutor’s […]