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> Hortensia Völckers: Foreword

> Katrin Klingan and Ines Kappert: Preface

> Klaus Ronneberger: Atlas: Moldova, Bulgaria, Kosovo (Serbia and Montenegro), Bosnia
and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Poland

> The Projects in the Framework of "relations" 2003–06

> Biographies

Chişinău: Planet Moldova

> Pavel Brăila: Next Episode

> Nicoleta Esinencu: Chişinău - A City of Headaches!
With Photographs by Ruben Agadjeanean, Vadim Hîncu, Maxim Moraru, and Radu Zara

> Mathias Greffrath: No One Will Be Able to Stop Them
Migration as Normality

> Alexandru Vakulovski: Wax Figures

> Cosmin Costinaş: The Every Day Invention of Moldova
A Discussion with Pavel Brăila, Vitalie Condraţchi, Lilia Dragneva, Nicoleta Esinencu, and Ştefan Rusu

> Alte Arte: Creation Cuts

> Christian Semler: Moldova, a Border Inspection
On the European Union’s External Borders

Sofia: The City and Its Owners

> Luchezar Boyadjiev: Billboard Heaven

> Ivaylo Ditchev: Sofia, Fluid City
With Photographs by Maria Ziegelböck

> Latchezar Bogdanov: Property Rights, Regulations, and the Housing Sector in Sofia
> Javor Gardev: Night Labor: An Interview

> Regina Bittner: Capital Cityscapes
A Discussion with Iara Boubnova, Luchezar Boyadjiev, Ivaylo Ditchev, Alexander Kiossev, Christiane Mennicke, and Milla Mineva

> Sean Snyder: untitled

> Sławomir Magala: Landscaping Urban Imagination
Classes, Masses, and Multitudes

Pristina: Waiting for the State

> Sokol Beqiri: Welcome Greatest Skenderbeu!
Petrit Selimi: The New Interior Design of the Kosova Parliament

> Migjen Kelmendi: Waiting for the State
With Photographs by Astrit Ibrahimi

> Enver Hasani: The Conflict for Kosova Is a Conflict for Territory

> Tilman Rammstedt: In the Meanwhile

> Sezgin Boynik: Hardcore Like Life!
An Interview with the Underground Hip-Hop Band N’R
With Lyrics by N’R, K-OS, and WNC

> Branislava Andjelković: A State of Waiting
A Discussion with Mehmet Behluli, Sokol Beqiri, Petra Bischoff, Branislav Dimitrijević, Andreas Ernst, Shkëlzen Maliqi, Svebor Midžić, and Erzen Shkololli

> Özlem Günyol and Mustafa Kunt: Scenes

> Dominik Zaum: Who Are the Protectorates Protecting?
Security and Democracy after Military Interventions

Sarajevo: Strategies for Visualizing the Present

> Jasmila Žbanić: Plum Preserves

> Emir Imamović: The Name of the Game: War
With Photographs by Ziyah Gafić

> Jasmina Husanović: At the Interstices of Past, Present, and Future
Cultural-Artistic Practices of Traversal in the Work of Šejla Kamerić, Jasmila Žbanić, and
Amra Bakšić-Čamo

> Marina Gržinić: The Bruce Lee Monument in Mostar
A Discussion with Dunja Blažević, Nebojša Jovanović, Nenad Malešević, Bojana Pejić, Nino Raspudić, and Šefik Šeki Tatlić

> Kurt and Plasto: The Decision of the Commission: Reclaim Your Own!

> Nebojša Jovanović: Yet Another Effort, Intellectuals, If You Would Become Amnesiacs! Against Post-Yugoslav Liberal Conformism

Warsaw: Critique in the Marketplace

> Joanna Mytkowska and Andrzej Przywara: Leap into the City

> Edwin Bendyk: Warsaw—Citizens against the City
With Photographs by Maurycy Gomulicki and Jerzy Gumowski

> Sławomir Sierakowski: God and the Market

> Maciej Gdula: The Gated Capital
With Slides from a Video and Slide Installation by Sofie Thorsen

> Piotr Piotrowski: Bridging the Past and Present
A Discussion with Marek Krajewski, Joanna Mytkowska, Andrzej Przywara, Piotr Rypson, and Adam Szymczyk

> Shirana Shahbazi: Photographs

> Konstantin Akinsha: Bringing Communism to the Museum

Zagreb: The Second Life of the Collective

> What, How & for Whom: Working Together?

> Andrea Zlatar: Zagreb—Of Hidden Utopias and New Collectives
With Photographs by Platforma 9,81

> Boris Bakal: Recognizing Networks

> Marlene Streeruwitz: go. went. gone.

> Boris Buden: The Second Life of the Collective
A Discussion with Ana Dević, Dejan Kršić, Pero Kvesić, and Tomislav Medak

> Boris Cvjetanović: Foto Studio City

> Vesna Kesić: Whither Gender?
The Politics of Remembering and Forgetting

Ljubljana: Internationalism as Self-Understanding

> Nataša Petrešin: Internationalization

> Aldo Milohnić: Ljubljana between Internationalization and Provincialization
With Material on Three Projects by Marjetica Potrč

> Nataša Velikonja: Battle for the Cities

> Emil Hrvatin: If There Is No Mission, a Mission Becomes Possible:
On the Position of a Cultural Journal under Conditions of an Unbearable Lightness of Freedom

> Hito Steyerl: Is the East a Productive Aesthetic Category?
A Discussion with Rastko Močnik, Miran Mohar, Oliver Vodeb, and Borut Vogelnik

> Marija Mojca Pungerčar: Outside My Door

> Ovidiu Ţichindeleanu: When the Abyss Looks Back
The Political Beyond Communism and Capitalism