In-depth | Sports

Bringing back the golden age

By - 17.07.2017

How can Kosovo’s football clubs improve their performance in European competition?

In-depth | Protests

Troublemakers in Vucic-land

By , - 17.07.2017

What went wrong with the biggest protests in Serbia since the 90s?

In-short | EU

What does ‘Europeanization’ mean for Kosovo?

By - 14.07.2017

K2.0’s latest event discusses Kosovo’s relationship with the European Union.

Perspectives | Justice

Why do people stand by while others are in danger?

By - 13.07.2017

A look at the bystander effect and whether the law can increase interventions.

One-on-one | Arts

Lala Meredith-Vula: Kosovo’s landscapes seemed to me like paintings

By - 12.07.2017

Photographer brings rural Kosovo to global exhibition.

In-short | Arts

New alternative gallery opens in Mitrovica

By - 11.07.2017

‘Mitrovica Matter’ exhibition launches new art space.

One-on-one | EU

Francis Fukuyama: It’s easy to return to old habits once inside the EU

By - 11.07.2017

Political economist talks to K2.0 about outside powers in the Balkans, EU accession and the power of capitalism.

Perspectives | Albania

To vote or not to vote in the Rama era?

By - 07.07.2017

Albanian democracy needs a challenger to its undisputed leader.

In-short | K2.0

How do we reclaim Prishtina’s common grounds?

By - 04.07.2017

K2.0’s latest event discusses revitalizing public space.

In-short | Elections2017

Official election results announced

By - 29.06.2017

PAN 39 deputies, Vetevendosje 32, LAA 29.

In-short | Human Rights

Human trafficking continues in Kosovo

By - 29.06.2017

New report suggests some progress from previous years.

In-depth | Montenegro

Blooming blog culture in Balkans

By - 29.06.2017

Rapid rise in number of Montenegrin social network users.

In-short | K2.0

Reclaiming common grounds for Prishtina

By - 29.06.2017

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In-depth | Culture

The cultural festival defying nationalism

By - 29.06.2017

Voices from this year’s Miredita, dobar dan!

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