Taking a stand
Reviving the rhetoric of the past
The language coming from Belgrade this week has been reminiscent of dark days in Kosovo.
Make 2017 the Year of Resistance
After this most difficult of political years, it’s time for engagement and action.
Dizzying highs, sobering defeats and final recognitions in a landmark year for Kosovo sport
From Olympic glory to Kosovo’s first ever world cup qualifier, 2016 will live long in the sporting memory.
All talk, no action: Human Rights in Kosovo in 2016
Though rhetoric has been positive, little benefit has been felt by Kosovo’s vulnerable communities this year.
Conjuring the powers of art and culture
A summary of a year's work in culture: improving the image of Kosovo.
The emerging illiterate class is hooked on Facebook videos – and that’s good news for demagogues
Millennials communicate through emojis, bringing forth a new form of over-simplified, emotional news.
Albanian Parties may potentially become kingmakers in forming the next Macedonian government
Complex and possibly futile negotiations lie in wait after inconclusive election results.
Kosovo’s civil society is a product of its post-war roots
The transition to democracy is never straightforward for any state, but in post-war Kosovo — initially under an international protectorate — the challenges have been multiplied.
The web we have to save
The rich, diverse, free web that I loved — and spent years in an Iranian jail for — is dying. Why is nobody stopping it?
Kosovo must fight to ensure institutional responsibility for the murder of Enver Hadri
The case seen through a legal lens.
Global instability strengthens Russian influence in the Balkans
While all Western Balkan states are on the path to EU integration, with tensions between Russia and the West on the rise, Russian influence in the region appears to be growing.