Sep 302010

300 members of leading press and media agencies around the world are congregating in Krakow for the three-day INMA/OPA Europe Conference 2010, 29 September-1 October. The conference comes at a time when print journalism is being threatened on a global scale due to inconsistent and waning sources of funding, and when online media agencies are […]

Sep 272010

Ukrainians will almost certainly get major changes to the Constitution, whether they like it or not. To change the Constitution in a way that gives him and future presidents more power, President Viktor Yanukovych will benefit greatly from a friendly Constitutional Court that ratifies any new document. But have his supporters stacked the 18-member judicial […]

Sep 242010

Prime Minister Boiko Borissov and Foreign Minister Nikolai Mladenov are the latest in a long line of senior officials from Bulgaria to lobby for the waiver of United States visa requirements for Bulgarian citizens – and Borissov has linked the issue to the country’s ambitions to join the Schengen visa zone in 2011. In New […]

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