Tag archives for Kosovo
Following the parliamentary elections of June 8, in Kosovo a new political landscape is emerging. Will it be more democratic? An OBC comment
15 years after the NATO raids, Serbian society is dealing with a recent past marked by diverging narratives.
Kosovo, along with much of southeastern Europe, still has potential for a vibrant renewable energy sector.
The resources invested by the EU in Kosovo have not affected the power of organized crime and the level of corruption within local institutions.
This article was originally published on Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso October 21, 2013, by Tatjana Lazarevic. Kosovo is preparing for the local elections of November 3 after the shocking murder of EULEX officer Audrius Senavicius. A test on the recent Belgrade-Pristina ...
Truck drivers sealed off the border after a rapid escalation in trade restrictions between Macedonia and Kosovo. The situation quickly came back to normal, but not without consequences
Kosovo's declaration of independence in February 2008 marked a change in Russia's approach towards Abkhazia and South Ossetia in the months preceding the war in Georgia in August 2008. Five years later, a short journey through this change in Moscow's official rhetoric.
Epic songs of the Balkans have often been key in the construction of controversial nationalist ideas. In fact, they sing a common history. OBC talks with Rigels Halili.
Organ trafficking in Kosovo: the Marty Report, the Medicus case and the first convictions. Some open questions on the Eulex conduct.
For ten years Alban Muja of Kosovo has been doing research into the names of towns, places and people; at the moment he has an exhibition in the centre of Tirana in a small gallery called “the fly”
“Challenging Homophobia” is the title of the first European project for the protection and promotion of the rights of LGBT people in Kosovo.
The new criminal code procedure approved by the Kosovo Parliament makes it even more difficult for witnesses to give evidence, and risky.