Following meetings with party leaders, President Hashim Thaci has asked Vetevendosje to provide a new candidate to mandate Kosovo’s next government.
Gated communities offering expensive, luxury housing have begun to appear across Kosovo in recent years, with critics arguing it is a sign of growing social inequ...
News of Slovak diplomat Miroslav Lajcak’s selection as the EU’s Special Representative for the dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia has been met with scepticism...
On Thursday’s episode of BIRN’s televised programme, Jeta ne Kosove, entrepreneurs and government officials debated the effects of introducing reciprocal trade measures with Serbia on the country’s economy, as well as the government’s recovery package introduced in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Dignity is a right enshrined in many modern democracies, including the Kosovo Constitution, but sadly it is something many of Kosovo’s politicians seem to forget in its dealings with the United States.
Kosovo, Albania and Montenegro are home to one of the best hiking trails in the world, ‘The Peaks of the Balkans.’ The trail was originally envisaged after the wars in former Yugoslavia as a ‘Peace Park’ to bring together the three countries. A mountainous region that was inaccessible to almost everyone and forbidden to cross during the Cold War – local and international actors saw the opportunity to remodel the informal trekking paths in the area into a interconnected cross-border trail, representing peace, development and good neighbourly relations. Af...
> A delightfully cosy eating spot with a few culinary surprises, restaurant Amaro offers the Mexican-Albanian cuisine you didn’t know you were looking for.
> Looking for somewhere cosy to celebrate during the holidays? Check out Comandante Marcos, Prishtina’s popular new Mexican restaurant, serving up tacos, tequila and capitalist commodification of an anti-imperialist hero.
> A hidden gem in Prishtina’s old town, Te Aga has been a popular dining spot serving a simple yet faultless menu for more than a decade.
The Kosovo Government’s eagerness to take a leading role in the dialogue with Serbia should be welcomed, but it must now be cautious of acceding to US demands just to placate its international allies.
Kosovo President Hashim Thaci met with his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vucic at the White House on Monday to discuss what he has described as “the possibility of reaching a final agreement between the two countries.”
In a letter to US President Donald Trump, Prime Minister Albin Kurti has said he will end the “lack of coordination” over who represents Kosovo in the dialogue with Serbia, stating that the government will “take full and exclusive charge in leading this process.”
Removing the 100 per cent import tariff on Serbian goods and the possibility of a deal involving territory exchange were debated by newly-elected MPs on Tuesday as part of a round table discussion on the future of the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue.