Month: September 2017

Ukraine Old Town Theater Downtown Lvov City Lviv

Each week we bring you the ten most important pieces of news from Eastern Europe. Complied by: Hristo Voynov and Eva Jovanova   1. The US has, after years of discussion, decided to send 500 million USD worth of lethal aid ...
Gornji Vakuf - Uskoplje, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The ethnic war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, taking place from 1992-1995, was one of the worst armed conflicts in Europe after World War 2. Between 1 and 2 million people became refugees or were internally displaced within the country. Around ...
Zapad

1. The long awaited and long feared Zapad 2017 military drills have started today. They have sparked fear in NATO as being a tool that will be used for possible future Russian incursions into Poland or the Baltic States. Many ...
China's "father of the nation" Mao Zedong

China’s rise has shifted global power dynamics in a way that is still yet to be seen, mostly because China is still rising and what it, or other global powers, will do when its power reaches new highs is anyone’s ...
Yugoslavia's lifelong president Josip Broz Tito

Each week we bring you the ten most important pieces of news from Eastern Europe. Complied by: Hristo Voynov and Kristijan Fidanovski 1. The European Court of Justice dismissed the Hungarian and Slovakian case against the EU’s refugee quota system, ...
A promotional poster from Macedonia's previous government

Macedonia is known to be one of the best countries for foreign investments in Southeast Europe due to the many incentives that the government is offering. However, there are many other countries that have better foreign investment policies than Macedonia, ...