BALKAN BLOG: Albania heads for political crisis as Democrats threaten election boycott

BALKAN BLOG: Albania heads for political crisis as Democrats threaten election boycott

Rightwing obstruction of judicial reforms threatens European Union accession drive.

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INVISIBLE HAND: Foreign investors in Russia ignore Cold War rhetoric

INVISIBLE HAND: Foreign investors in Russia ignore Cold War rhetoric

For all the Cold War chest beating, Russia’s growth uptick has sparked renewed foreign direct investment.

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STOLYPIN: Corruption in Russia remains Putin’s biggest threat

STOLYPIN: Corruption in Russia remains Putin’s biggest threat

Opposition leader Alexei Navalny has offered hope that change may be possible, and connected corruption at the top with hardships experienced by ordinary Russians.

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MOSCOW BLOG: Is Russia seeing the start of a colour revolution?

MOSCOW BLOG: Is Russia seeing the start of a colour revolution?

Tens of thousands of protesters in more than 80 cities hit the streets to condemn corruption, targeting in particular Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. Is this the start of the long-predicted colour revolution?

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INTERVIEW: Moldova's populist pro-Russian 'hand grenade'

INTERVIEW: Moldova's populist pro-Russian 'hand grenade'

Renato Usatii, Partidul Nostru leader, insists he will continue fighting against Vlad Plahotnuic's capture of the state despite fleeing the country.

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Polls split as Bulgarians show election fatigue ahead of March 26 vote

Polls split as Bulgarians show election fatigue ahead of March 26 vote

Small parties set to play kingmaker as polls indicate GERB and Socialists virtually tied in fragmented new parliament.

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CENTRAL ASIA BLOG: Kazakh banks play pass the parcel with unexploded bad loan bomb

CENTRAL ASIA BLOG: Kazakh banks play pass the parcel with unexploded bad loan bomb

The Kazakh government sees Halyk's takeover as the best way to solve KKB’s bad loans problems, which stem largely from its takeover of failed bank BTA in 2015.

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English farmer ploughs a deep furrow in Russia’s biggest irrigation project

English farmer ploughs a deep furrow in Russia’s biggest irrigation project

In his early UK farming days, Robert Covell had no inkling he'd one day follow in the tracks of Stalin's command economy to bring quality grain and vegetables to Russian consumers.

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VISEGRAD: Central Europe’s nuclear gamble

VISEGRAD: Central Europe’s nuclear gamble

Czechs consider following Hungarian bet of building nuclear power stations without a tender.

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