All articles by: Eraldin Fazliu

Eraldin Fazliu is a Kosovo 2.0 staff writer. Eraldin completed his Master’s on ‘European Politics’ at the Masaryk University in the Czech Republic in 2014. Through his studies Eraldin became interested in the EU’s external policies, particularly in promotion of the rule of law externally. He is a passionate reader of politics and modern history.

In-short | Local Elections 2017

Runoff process challenged in Supreme Court

By - 24.11.2017

Legal move by Vetevendosje after recount decision in Prishtina and Prizren.

In-depth | Local Elections 2017

Agim Bahtiri vs. Valdete Idrizi

By - 17.11.2017

Businessman mayor of Mitrovica takes on former civil society member.

One-on-one | Politics

Cedomir Jovanovic: If we only take care of Kosovo Serbs, we will only sacrifice them

By - 16.11.2017

Serbian opposition deputy talks of supporting Kosovo’s independence, liberal politics, and Russian meddling.

In-depth | Politics

Voices in the new Prishtina Assembly

By - 09.11.2017

Freshly elected deputies from Vetevendosje, LDK, PDK and AKR talk to K2.0.

Perspectives | Local Elections 2017

Lessons all round after mayoral elections

By - 25.10.2017

Kosovo’s main political parties all have reasons to reflect.

In-short | Local Elections 2017

Political shakeup in mayoral elections

By - 23.10.2017

Most major cities heading to second round.

In-depth | Local Elections 2017

What choice for Kosovo’s Serbs?

By - 20.10.2017

Belgrade-backed Lista Srpska’s virtual monopoly.

In-short | Elections

Election promises: Fact check

By - 14.10.2017

A look into some of this week’s boldest claims.

Perspectives | Politics

“New phase” of Kosovo-Serbia dialogue raises more questions than answers

By - 12.10.2017

Uncertain future awaits while calls for unity fall on deaf ears.

One-on-one | Politics

Albin Kurti: “Politics is not the art of the possible. Politics is art. Simply, art.”

By - 11.10.2017

Kosovo’s most voted deputy explains his ideas on policymaking and comments on recent developments in this election year.

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