Taking a stand
Macedonia’s citizens will not be drawn into another armed conflict
The majority of citizens can see through the mirage of consociational feudalism.
I need something less than a National Day
‘Kosovo National Roma Day’ is a ridiculous circus that helps no one.
Aleksandar Vucic’s cheapest — and most expensive — votes were from Kosovo
Hashim Thaci and Aleksandar Vucic are on their way to Brussels.
Vucic’s victory leads Serbia towards autocracy
Serbia’s newly elected president may lead the country on the same path as Turkey or Russia.
Kosovo’s army’s uncertain path
Hashim Thaci’s game is more likely to trigger elections in Kosovo than to transform KSF into Kosovo’s army this year.
Political and economic interests in media ownership are squeezing Kosovar journalism
New and old ownership models present their own challenges to quality independent reporting.
Despite ambiguities, media should uphold professional standards when reporting on the judicial process
Balancing exclusivity vs. the need for accuracy.
Macedonia’s crisis is internal and must be solved by the politics of de-escalation
Regardless of the president’s unconstitutional actions, legal solutions are not the answer.
Reconciliation is not cool
The reconciliation process began too early in Kosovo, now it is derided as a joke.
The president must be careful when establishing a Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Hashim Thaci’s second attempt at discovering the truth about the past must be better than his first.
Brussels based talks are a ‘Dialogue of the Deaf’
The EU-mediated negotiations between Kosovo and Serbia have become obstructed. How can they progress in 2017?
Flagging and banal nationalism confirm Kosovo’s statehood, but that’s not the full picture
While recent success in the sporting arena has helped to increase affinity to the Kosovo flag, Kosovar identity remains complex and nuanced.