New Internationalist

East Europe

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Chernobyl: a fever of forgetting

As we approach the 20-year anniversary of the world’s worst nuclear accident at Chernobyl, Magnum photographer Paul Fusco meets the children born years later but still suffering from its terrible legacy.

Filed in: Belarus Nuclear Power

Ukraine

When Ukrainians celebrated New Year 2005 in Kiev in a delirious sea of orange and anthems of the revolution, the future looked bright. But divisions remain.

Filed in: Ukraine

In Memory Of Srebrenica

Filed in: Bosnia-Herzegovina

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Green light, red light

Opportunity and menace are the two sides of the human-trafficking coin. But Lily Hyde, writing from Ukraine, smells hypocrisy.

Filed in: Prostitution Ukraine Women

We expected better

The hopes of the post-communist young have been dashed on the shoals of transition realities. Irena Maryniak tells their story.

Filed in: Moldova Russia Ukraine Youth

Re-inventing Russian socialism

An interview from Moscow with Boris Kagarlitsky.

Filed in: Russia

Wild West goes East

Long-standing World Bank consultant Peter Griffiths blows the whistle on the damage done, from Russia to Sierra Leone.

Filed in: IMF Russia Sierra Leone World Bank

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