All articles by: Aleksandar Brezar

Aleksandar Brezar was born in 1984 in Sarajevo. Presenter and reporter for the Bosnian public broadcaster BHRT, he has also worked as a journalist at Radio 202, and on several documentaries for PBS, Holocaust Memorial Museum United States of America and Al Jazeera English. He also works as a literary translator.

One-on-one | Politics

Igor Stiks: Human rights are not sufficient if societies don’t change

By - 30.11.2017

Writer and publicist seeks the answer to the eternal question of ‘What can be done?’

One-on-one | Culture

Edin Zubcevic: “The destiny of culture in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a tragic one.”

By - 31.10.2017

Jazz Fest Sarajevo founder on culture in transition, fascism, and music as a universal language.

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.