Frequent visits to Prishtina and Athens by Greek and Kosovo officials have left many wondering if recognition is on the horizon.
In a bid to end ‘the longest Balkan war,’ Albanian and Greek officials are discussing maritime borders, migrant and minority rights, but will the dialogue leave out the Cham plight?
The agreement on the Macedonia name dispute shows that political will can produce breakthroughs even in the Balkans, but will the same happen with the Kosovo-Serbia conflict?
It’s important to remember that while culture and people shape our social identities, the fundamental truth is that no one is born homophobic, just like no one is born liberal, fascist, vegetarian, or a good swimmer.
Stranded between Macedonia and Greece, 14,000 refugees are stuck waiting for EU and Turkey to broker a new migration deal which could seal off the border and seal their fate outside of the EU.