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Ukraine’s IT sector has seen a mass migration of its employees. With former IT hubs like Kharkiv, Dnipro and Odesa close to the front line, many specialists have moved to Western Ukraine, where life is somewhat more normal.
The Georgian economy has bounced back fast from the series of sharp shocks of recent years, and rather than being dragged down by the polycrisis that has been unfolding.
Ukraine’s IT industry has remained remarkably stable in the face of Russia’s full-scale invasion. While many leading sectors in Ukraine have suffered significant losses, IT saw a growth in exports helped by an impressive response from businesses.
Falling living standards and first hand accounts from Russians and Ukrainians living in Serbia are starting to challenge Serbs’ allegiance to Russia.
Looking forward to the end of the war, whenever it happens, policymakers are already speculating on how many of the refugees and migrants are likely to stay and how many will return.
174,000 Tajiks became citizens of Russia in 2022, up from 104,000 the year before.
Ukraine was already suffering from a demographic crisis that will take Emerging Europe population levels back to the early 20th century before the war started, but battlefield death, emigration and low birth rates will make it far worse.
The son tries to escape his father’s shadow, costly breakdowns in gas exports, and Russia has been playing Turkmenistan for a fool. Eurasianet’s weekly briefing.
Moscow curries favour, neighbours seek more gas, and Turkmenistan’s colossal methane pollution could power Afghanistan at little cost many times over. Eurasianet’s weekly Turkmenistan briefing.
Three mainly rural regions of Croatia and Bulgaria suffered the deepest population decline across the European Union between 2015 and 2020, a compilation of data from the EU’s statistics office Eurostat shows.
Continuous ‘three-month visa runs” no longer possible for draft dodgers from next week.
In a pessimistic scenario, Budapest and Warsaw could once more unite against Brussels, and the region could suffer a new wave of self-defeating populism as the cost of living crisis bites.
The world is set to see global GDP plummet by a catastrophic 15% by 2050 if current emissions trends are not reined in and global warming reaches 2.2°C by 2050.
The pains of the education system are a vivid testament to the challenges ahead.
Never pass up an opportunity to use foreign policy as a prop in domestic theatre. This is the mantra apparently taken to heart by the Austrian government, which is vetoing the accession of Romania and Bulgaria to the Schengen area.
The Italian PM Giorgia Meloni revealed her government’s new policy towards Africa, speaking at a conference in Rome. The plan will be named after and inspired by historical oil entrepreneur Enrico Mattei, who promoted fair policies for Africa.
Video footage shows 19-year-old Syrian citizen Abdullah Mohammed was shot at close range at Bulgaria’s border with Turkey.
EU leaders sought to reassure the Western Balkans countries that their future is inside the bloc at Tirana summit.
Illegal movements along the Western Balkans routes have significantly increased in 2022.