Since the 1970s Kosovo has tried to establish an independent and effective foreign policy. Decades later the search for international recognition continues.
Snap election in Drenas, a bastion of PDK, have left the party reeling as its own members distrust leadership choices and are running as independents.
A Kosovar who has gone to Syria and back seeks to prevent others from following in his footsteps to war and criticizes the government’s approach to returnees.
What pushes an individual to maintain a public office against multiple failures and scandals that accompany their work?
Fehmi Agani st. no.29/1
I joined two friends to share a few dinner plates and some drinks at Basilico before going out on a Friday night. The glossy wooden interior and soft lighting made me immediately feel as though I should order a whiskey on the rocks. But this is an Italian place—what to drink, I wondered? A negroni? Campari soda? Remembering that whatever we ordered should pair with pasta, we decided on a bottle of wine. There was only one option for red, but it was an excellent dry bottle from Italy. [caption id="attachment_5394" align="aligncenter" width="650"] The tomato, basil, and ...
> The first western fast food franchise opens in Albi Center, providing Kosovo with sizzling deep-fried chicken, disappointing fries and not much else.
> Just 240 kilometers from Prishtina, Fishte, a quiet Albanian village, is home to perhaps the biggest player in Albania’s budding slow food scene.
> At Francisko you’ll find a menu heavy in seafood and salty meats, traditional Spanish dishes inspired by modernism, and a pricey gin and tonic menu.