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Southeast Europe Data

Depending on the point of view, but we like it all from Istanbul to Ljubljana.

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  • Emerging Europe’s rock — five bands you need to know about
    on July 23, 2021

    Nowadays, rock and roll has been dethroned from its place in the cultural zeitgeist and the sales charts. But, predictions and reports of rock music dying have been greatly exaggerated. Here, five rock bands from across emerging Europe prove that the spirit of rock and roll is still alive and kicking. Dopelord, Poland Kicking off Emerging Europe’s rock — five bands you need to know about was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Oliver Stone heads to Kazakhstan to sing Nazarbayev’s praises
    on July 23, 2021

    Oliver Stone’s new documentary about Nursultan Nazarbayev aimed to lionise the long-time leader of Kazakhstan, but has instead attracted derision both within Kazakhstan and abroad as a shameless piece of propaganda. The maker of iconic films like Scarface, Platoon and Any Given Sunday is back. However, this time, it’s not a Hollywood blockbuster, but an Oliver Stone heads to Kazakhstan to sing Nazarbayev’s praises was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • 10 Olympic athletes from emerging Europe to watch at Tokyo 2020
    on July 23, 2021

    Despite numerous challenges created by the Covid-19 pandemic, the 2020 Olympic Games has now officially started. Hundreds of highly skilled and talented athletes from all over emerging Europe are already in Tokyo, and there are high hopes that many will bring their home nation the Olympic gold. Here are just 10 of the most promising 10 Olympic athletes from emerging Europe to watch at Tokyo 2020 was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Postcard from Kotor, Montenegro
    on July 23, 2021

    A walk around the superb medieval city of Kotor in Montenegro suggests it’s business-as-usual for the country’s lucrative tourism sector. But for how long?  Huge yachts flying flags of convenience currently dominate Porto Montenegro, the Monaco-on-the-Balkans harbour in the bay of Kotor. Their owners are unlikely to be natives of the Bahamas or the British Virgin Islands, Postcard from Kotor, Montenegro was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Ukraine slams US-Germany deal on Nord Stream 2: Emerging Europe this week
    on July 23, 2021

    Central Europe The European Commission has warned Poland it could face fines if it fails to comply with two decisions by the European Court of Justice over judicial independence. Following the latest report, the Commission has ruled that Poland has seven days to freeze its controversial Disciplinary Chamber or pay fines for failing to comply with EU law. Ukraine slams US-Germany deal on Nord Stream 2: Emerging Europe this week was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Could Russia’s expansion in the Caucasus inflict instability in Europe? 
    on July 22, 2021

    NATO is facing new challenges throughout the Mediterranean region due, in large part, to Russia’s expanding influence. Moscow’s influence in the region has been expanding rapidly over time, most notably during the past decade, and it isn’t merely isolated to a show of military force. However, this is one piece of a much larger puzzle. Tensions Could Russia’s expansion in the Caucasus inflict instability in Europe?  was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • How will Poland respond to EU ultimatum?
    on July 22, 2021

    Polish authorities could soon face financial repercussions after concerns about the country’s judiciary were reinstated in the annual European Commission country reports on the Rule of Law released last Tuesday. But how likely is it that Poland will abide by the Commission’s ruling? Following the latest report, the Commission has ruled that Poland has seven days to How will Poland respond to EU ultimatum? was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Can crowdfunding in emerging Europe keep up with the global growth?
    on July 21, 2021

    Crowdfunding has been swiftly rising in popularity around the globe. It is estimated that in 2019 alone, there were almost 6.5 million crowdfunding campaigns that raised over 34 billion US dollars. That total value is expected to reach 300 billion US dollars by 2030. Across emerging Europe, despite constantly growing, this alternative method of funding Can crowdfunding in emerging Europe keep up with the global growth? was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Is Orbán’s referendum on LGBT law a sign of desperation?
    on July 21, 2021

    Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has called for a referendum on the controversial “anti-LGBT” law that activists say equates homosexuality with paedophilia. In a Facebook video, Orbán reiterated his support for the law and accused the EU of attacking Hungary while announcing the referendum. “In the past weeks, Brussels has clearly attacked Hungary over its Is Orbán’s referendum on LGBT law a sign of desperation? was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Quo vadis, Georgia?
    on July 20, 2021

    In early July, disturbing events in Tbilisi showcase deep divisions within Georgian society, Russian influences and question the country’s European path. On July 5, Georgian LGBT+ advocacy organisation Tbilisi Pride organised the first-ever ‘March for Dignity.’ But, in fact, the march never happened. Before it even started, groups of violent radical counter-protesters went on a Quo vadis, Georgia? was originally published on Emerging Europe.