While the election results are expected to be certified this week, we look at how the June 11 elections marked a great change in Kosovo politics.
If the Anti-Corruption agency continues to work as it has until now and if the media keeps fixating on the salaries of high officials, asset declarations will be useless and only serve to legitimize the actions of high officials.
Dear internationals, spare us the pearl clutching over Vetevendosje’s protest tactics and instead read some basic facts about their political platform.
Cornershop is my autonomous zone in the matrix of mainstream media where we can comment through the apparent and the implicit about Kosovo and beyond.
A response to Mikra Krasniqi, a critic of my advice to the diplomats of Prishtina.
Capussela’s satirical column masks deeper truths about the colonial mindset of international bullies who keep sticking their noses in the country’s affairs.
Ten survivors of sexual violence tell their stories, revealing truths about Kosovo society and how the NATO war affected civilians on the ground.
Refusing to debate with political rivals is wicked and arrogant. It is uncultured and irresponsible towards the citizens. Arrogance is punished. For real.
Unsolicited advice to Prishtina’s real elite huddling at the Arberia White House.
It is not really our fault that people are fed up with asphalt and now they want kifle with a scoop of honesty.
An essay on a new voter’s struggle to tick the right boxes on the ballot.
As the June 11 elections approach, Kosovo Serbs have never been as divided as they are now. And who’s to trust five ‘Serbian Lists’ to represent the interests of the community?
With a corpus of poorly educated voters, the candidates for MP in the upcoming Kosovo elections focus predominantly on numbers: the numerical order of party lists impacts who is elected.
As the snap elections approach, the lack of political debate around cultural heritage protection ignores important issues of human rights, rule of law, economic development and statehood.
This election is not about “bullshit”; it is about fighting through the electoral advantage that the parties in power have, to see who has the best offer for Kosovo’s future.
The entire country is being suffocated under an avalanche of bullshit in what best can be described as a clownish political roadshow masquerading as democracy in action.
If economic growth in the region had been the only criterion for a successful government, then we should have never changed governments to begin with.