Taking a stand
Fake news isn’t just an international problem
Kosovo is by no means exempt from the fake news phenomenon.
Reparations as a means of dealing with the past is necessary — and complex
In order to address needs, ‘reparations’ for wartime harm should first be understood.
Clueless and ranting: the press according to Edi Rama
With ongoing judicial troubles of former interior minister, Albania’s prime minister is back to attacking the press.
Nerves and surprises as local political landscape continues to shift
Prishtina and Prizren still too tight to call.
The war is over, but war criminals remain
Serbia has never cleaned up its army and police from compromised war personnel.
The EU continues the tradition of Other-izing the Balkans
Elements of Balkanism still present in communications with candidate states.
Catalonia cannot be compared to Kosovo’s fight for independence
Why it is misleading to draw close parallels between the two.
Lessons all round after mayoral elections
Kosovo’s main political parties all have reasons to reflect.
There is a media blackout in the ‘stabilocracy’
Creating a rosy media image of Serbia under the watchful eye of Aleksandar Vucic.
Municipalities do not have functional independence
Ten examples of the central level encroaching on the local.