All articles by: Aleksandar Brezar
How Germany reduced the number of asylum seekers from the Balkans
The legal migration opportunities born amongst the 2015 spike in asylum claims.
Miljenko Jergović: I am genuinely afraid of our countries entering the European Union
One of the region’s most important writers talks fascism in Europe, the future, and migration.
Doing business in impossible conditions
Does BiH give opportunities to young people to start a business?
Land of the poor and hungry
More than a quarter of the population in Bosnia and Herzegovina goes to sleep hungry.
Igor Stiks: Human rights are not sufficient if societies don’t change
Writer and publicist seeks the answer to the eternal question of ‘What can be done?’
Edin Zubcevic: “The destiny of culture in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a tragic one.”
Jazz Fest Sarajevo founder on culture in transition, fascism, and music as a universal language.
Joshua Oppenheimer: “If you want to understand genocide, you have to understand the perpetrators.”
Oscar-nominated director talks about war crimes and guilt.