Literature has the power to erase artificial boundaries and create deeper cultural connections between people, something that is imperative in the fragmented social landscape of the Balkans.
Ten survivors of sexual violence tell their stories, revealing truths about Kosovo society and how the NATO war affected civilians on the ground.
The debut novel of the Finnish-Kosovar writer Pajtim Statovci is a heartfelt coming of age story about a queer immigrant, but stumbles when depicting the hardship of life in Kosovo.
Foreign Affairs Minister Enver Hoxhaj’s new book incorrectly employs mainstream IR theory to discuss Kosovo’s foreign policy and falls short on explaining --and even misrepresents-- the country’s diplomatic efforts.
To mark the holiday season, Prishtina Insight asked various authors from the Balkans to share some of their favorite books they read in 2016.