Kosovo’s Prime Minister sends a new report by the State Commission on Border Demarcation, which claims that the 2015 demarcation agreement is not in Kosovo’s favor, to the Assembly for discussion.
A little-known British lawyer rose to become one of Kosovo’s most powerful judges despite lacking the credentials to serve as an international judge and following controversies stemming from his previous posts in the Western Balkans.
Kosovo Police detained a suspect connected to the attack against Kallxo journalist Taulant Osmani and are inquiring into threats against civil society activists who organized yesterday’s protest in Gjilan.
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.
Russia is attempting to subvert Kosovo’s state-building through foreign policy and soft power tactics, argues a new report by the Kosovo Center for Security Studies.