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.
Corner shop is my autonomous zone in the matrix of mainstream media where we can comment through the apparent and the implicit about Kosovo and beyond.
While we mark the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia, we should question why we still fixate on ‘coming out of the closet.’
Six lessons from different localities in Kosovo whose communal organizing and activism should serve as a model for spreading civic organization.
One year ago, the EC recommended visa liberalization for Kosovo. But Kosovars, the only Europeans who celebrate Europe Day, are still spending millions on visas and waiting in degrading embassy queues.
The attack on the Macedonian parliament by thugs is symbolic of the rise of the right worldwide and a result of decades of sacrificing justice for the sake of order in the Balkans.
Violations of workers’ rights in Kosovo are commonplace, and unions are powerless and politically-influenced. We need to establish new forms of labor organization--grassroots and democratic.
A review of Jeton Neziraj’s newest play directed by Andras Urban, playing tonight at the National Theatre in Prishtina.
Welcome to the era of fake news, in which the speed of publishing news articles is more important than their veracity.
As we mark the Day of Missing Persons we have to ask ourselves: has the Kosovo side been determined to solve this issue for the past 18 years?
Two million Kosovars are unfairly isolated by the EU. Though the spite against Brussels bureaucrats is legitimate, Kosovo citizens must act to punish their political class.
With their absurd threats to establish ‘a little union’ between Kosovo and Albania, Edi Rama and Hashim Thaci only reveal their hopeless scare tactics.
As the protests against Vucic’s ascension to the presidency enter their third week, regardless of whether they grow or wither, they have already sent shockwaves through the country.
Until our institutions climb out of their current state of dysfunction, Kosovo’s abysmal treatment of its women and girls needs to become a constant, never-ending source of national shame.
With fake news becoming easier to spread than verified information, we need to ask ourselves as journalists whether we will celebrate lies or facts.
Though fake news is not an Albanian invention, faking history, or reaching with too much zeal to claim association with famous personalities, seems to be an Albanian obsession lately.