Perspectives | EU

Will Kosovo pass the final test?

By - 09.11.2018

Mapping the route to visa liberalization through the European Council.

Blogbox | Serbia

Youth Initiative activists will not be silenced

By - 08.11.2018

While war criminals take the spotlight, young protesters face hefty fines.

In-depth | Politics

‘The masters have gone feral on each other’

By - 05.11.2018

A history of the ongoing clashes between Hashim Thaçi and Ramush Haradinaj.

In-depth | Media

‘The truth has become costly’

By - 02.11.2018

Journalists from Kosovo’s minority communities face multiple barriers.

One-on-one | Diaspora

Xhevdet Bajraj: I dreamt of freedom in a different way to the politicians

By - 01.11.2018

Poet born in Rahovec gives his view of Kosovo from his new home in Mexico City.

Perspectives | Dialogue

Border correction is not a 21st Century European solution

By - 31.10.2018

Exchanging territory would not benefit Kosovo or its Euro-Atlantic perspective.

Blogbox | BiH

Why is it necessary to steal votes, when it’s already known who will win?

By - 26.10.2018

Finding hope in the electoral irregularities in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

In-depth | Film

The symbol of some past time and a country that no longer exists

By - 26.10.2018

Farewell to Milena Dravić, one of the last legends of Yugoslav acting.

In-depth | Media

Violations of journalists’ rights in abundance

By - 23.10.2018

Low wages, absence of contracts and unpaid internships in Kosovo media.

One-on-one | BiH

Dino Mustafić: “We need a social shift.”

By - 22.10.2018

Theater and film director assesses the relationship between culture and politics in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Perspectives | Politics

Ignorance over competence

By - 18.10.2018

How a statue in the middle of the capital shows the true nature of Kosovo’s problems.

Blogbox | Albania

Verbally (In)correct

By - 17.10.2018

A critique of the misuse of politics and the past in film.

Lately | K2.0

We’re hiring: Communication and outreach coordinator

By - 16.10.2018

Apply now to join our growing team.

One-on-one | Media

Gill Phillips: Snowden had more impact in countries that remember the dangers of mass state surveillance

By , Nidzara Ahmetasevic - 12.10.2018

The Guardian’s legal head shares her experience of working with high profile whistleblowing cases such as Edward Snowden, Wikileaks and the Paradise Papers.

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