Notions of ethnic cleansing have long plagued Serbia, as demonstrated by the atrocities covered in the three books Albin Kurti presented Aleksandar Vucic with this week and the bloody breakup of Yugoslavia.
Study shows the shift to online learning in the pandemic had damaging consequences for many children – especially those whose parents had to go out to work and could not supervise them.
In the Western Balkans, Kosovo is the “sui generis” case par excellence. In this small country, reporters have scored heavier hits than the prosec...
A report by Swiss senator Dick Marty about war crimes allegedly committed by Kosovo Liberation Army fighters led to the establishment of a Hague-based tribunal, but not all of his activities in Kosovo achieved such decisive results.
Russia is expanding its bombing in Ukraine to the west and deploying its artillery for intensified barrages on Kyiv. Poland is reaching the limits of ...
If Viktor Orban wins a fourth term as Hungary’s leader next year, the consequences for Kosovo’s EU accession hopes could be dire.
Regional policymakers are making a mistake if they use soaring energy prices in the EU to justify a continued commitment to fossil fuel, and divert from energy transition commitments.
Kosovo needs a steely-eyed response to the malign intentions of Russia and, more importantly, China, and the US can help.
The Muslim world today is in trouble with the old religious decrees or "fatwas", as they are known in Islamic religious literature.
Despite the e...
According to many quotations from the Qur'an, the voluntary and free belief in God is seen as an exclusive right of every individual. This personal ri...
Since the beginning of time, humankind has been divided by their racial, linguistic and religious identities, which they have cultivated throughout th...
Kosovars are now paying a price for their casual attitude to government measures aimed at curbing the virus.
Despite its re-brand and a pledge to open borders by 2023, the ‘Open Balkan’ initiative is no more appealing to Kosovo than its ‘mini-Schengen’ predecessor.
Frequent visits to Prishtina and Athens by Greek and Kosovo officials have left many wondering if recognition is on the horizon.
Former EU rule-of-law mission chief judge Malcolm Simmons was wrong to claim that the case against Kosovo guerrillas accused of abusing prisoners at the wartime Klecka jail was weak.
The dialogue has resumed this summer but recent events have shown that there is one idea that needs to be left in the past – an exchange of territories between Kosovo and Serbia.
Kosovo’s new administration has recently sent signals that it is more uncompromising than its predecessors in its interactions with Serbia, but will this assertive approach work in Brussels?