14 thoughts on “Nominees for Best Southeastern European Weblog

  1. Glory of Carniola.

    Yes, I know he said he didn’t want to run again. I’ll nominate him anyway.

    Doug M.

  2. I’d like to nominate Doug’s and Claudia’s Halfway down the Danube


    It’s a good mix of topics (family life to politics) and geographic coverage (Romania, Albania, Kosovo and Serbia, and some US and German stuff thrown in). Lots of good infromation, insightful analyses and… all of it well written!

  3. I appreciate the thought, but unlike Phil Collins and his “First final farewell tour,” I really am done. (I’m looking forward to the contest, though!)

Nominees for Best Southeastern European Weblog

Nominate your favorite European blog(s) from southeastern Europe here.


You can nominate as many blogs as you like. Please don’t be shy about nominating your own blog.

Nominations should preferably be in the form of comments or trackbacks to the relevant post.

Only European blogs are elegible. By that we mean that the blog should be written by Europeans, or else focus on some European issue. (Czech, Catalan…)

This weblog is not eligible for any awards, but our contributors’ other blogs are.

The nominating phase will go on for several weeks. The finalists will be determined by the number of nominations and our discretion.

The master post for the awards is here.

11 thoughts on “Nominees for Best Southeastern European Weblog

  1. These are the ones I link to from my site, all of which I dare to think are pretty good (and several of which I found through earlier nominations in other categories):

    Dragi Erazmo
    Halfway down the Danube
    Miroslav Hristodulo
    Ne bih da se petljam
    quod scripsi, scripsi
    Tajne novinara
    Turkish torque

    Oh, and maybe I would be remiss not to nominate my own East Ethnia (a month old today! still can’t sit up!), which I think ought to be linked to my name below.