During the ‘90s, Albanians in Kosovo and the diaspora showed tremendous solidarity in helping one another. Why did this solidarity wither after the war, and why is Kosovo assigning monetary value to the voluntarism and sacrifice of those times?
Ten years later, most Kosovars are not free of all the things—poverty, corruption, isolation, lack of education and health care—that had made life miserable in pre-independence days.
Minister of Environment Albena Reshitaj and Minister of Economy Valdrin Lluka promised to tackle Kosovo’s air pollution problem at a panel hosted by Jeta ne Kosove.
Illegal border crossings of over 111 thousand Kosovars during the last three years have brought up to 334 million in revenues for traffickers. How much more should the citizens pay for the government’s irresponsibility?
Last week, Kosovo set anti-dumping tariffs on Serbian flour imports, leading Kosovo egg producers to wonder if the government unfairly declined to place similar measures on Albania.