Internet — forget me!
How to stop search engines displaying embarrassing results about you.
New and old ownership models present their own challenges to quality independent reporting.
NATO's intervention brought hope, but also retaliation, forcing many to flee their homes.
The story of Sinan Morina, extradited to Serbia on war crimes charges.
Balancing exclusivity vs. the need for accuracy.
Curators Odile Burluraux and Jessica Castex discuss the exhibiting of Hayoun Kwon’s virtual reality artwork, “489 Years,” at Kosovo’s National Gallery.
After years of seeking recognition, Kosovo’s first ever world cup qualification campaign began with a roller coaster 36 hours on the Finnish coast.
Welcome to K2.0’s monograph on sports — a note from the editor.
Kosovo’s sports federations have won the battle to be recognized, but are they serving the country’s sportspeople?
A look inside the places that house Kosovo sport, including both its history and future.
The latest judo star from the Ippon Club in Peja knows exactly what it takes to beat a current Olympic champion. She trains with one every day.
As the women’s national football team play their first competitive matches, they can take inspiration from two superstars of the European game.
For years, sport united ethnic Albanians scattered among states around the world, but Kosovo’s sporting recognition has complicated matters.
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.
Artist talks about using art as therapy, revolt and empowerment.