A walk around the main museums of Prishtina leaves one wondering why these buildings have so few visitors. The author suggests some tips for improving future visitor experiences.
In an increasingly authoritarian world, Kosovo scored better than most of the region in some aspects of democracy. While PM Kurti takes pride in this, we look at the other side of the coin.
On the fifteenth anniversary of Kosovo’s independence, a book about two mothers who lost their loved ones during the war has been translated into Dutch and is being promoted in The Hague.
Kosovo ex-guerrilla Pjeter Shala goes on trial at the Kosovo Specialist Chambers this week, accused of abusing civilian detainees held at an Albanian metal factory during wartime, but his defence claims that his own rights have been abused.
Twenty-four years after the heroic death of the martyr Rrahman Tafa, one of his daughters has donned military uniform— not Kosovo’s but the US Army’s.