Blogbox | Albania

Last days to halt hydropower construction in Valbona

By - 22.04.2017

The clock is ticking to save National Park in Albania.

In-depth | Politics

Nationalists who speak different languages understand each other the best

By - 21.04.2017

Declaration on a common language has caused a fiery reaction.

In-depth | Minority Rights

Minority political representation: Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians

By - 19.04.2017

First of a 5-part focus on those representing Kosovo’s minorities.

In-depth | #IWantToKnow

Infrastructure blocked for people with disabilities

By - 19.04.2017

Tens of thousands unable to access buildings, streets and services.

In-depth | Disabilities

Down syndrome community raises its voice

By - 14.04.2017

Diagnoses, jobs and health care in short supply.

In-short | Domestic Violence

Outrage at sentence for Zejnepe Berisha’s murderer

By - 13.04.2017

Activists demand extension of 12 year sentence.

One-on-one | Culture

Alberta Troni: “We can see how thirsty the youth of Kosovo are for classical music”

By - 13.04.2017

Ahead of their duet at Prishtina’s Chopin Piano Fest, pianist Alberta Troni and cellist Karel Bredenhorst discuss the universal language of music.

One-on-one | #IWantToKnow

Drita Hajdari: Without cooperation with Serbia, it is impossible to bring justice for war crimes

By - 13.04.2017

Special prosecutor discusses the challenges of prosecuting war crimes when the majority of suspects are unobtainable to state institutions.

Blogbox | Transitional Justice

How can Kosovo deal with the wartime past?

By - 12.04.2017

A different approach can find new answers.

Blogbox | Protests

Just keep walking: Serbian Spring 2.0

By - 08.04.2017

More and more people are joining protests across Serbia demanding Vucic goes.

Perspectives | Human Rights

I need something less than a National Day

By - 07.04.2017

‘Kosovo National Roma Day’ is a ridiculous circus that helps no one.

Perspectives | Elections

Aleksandar Vucic’s cheapest — and most expensive — votes were from Kosovo

By - 07.04.2017

Hashim Thaci and Aleksandar Vucic are on their way to Brussels.

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​​It is commonplace to ask why the “Twitter revolutions” are in retreat. But the more intriguing question is why we were so convinced that they would succeed in the first place.​
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