Tag: Politics

Lately | Justice

Protesters demand extensive reforms in justice and politics

By - 23.08.2018

Resignation of special prosecutor reignites citizen protest movement.

Perspectives | Politics

Could Kosovo and Serbia really exchange territory?

By - 14.08.2018

A look into the roots of and reactions to partition.

Blogbox | Politics

Who’s the strongest?

By - 25.07.2018

Balkan people are more similar than they think.

Lately | Politics

Opposition alienated as ‘final phase’ of the dialogue continues

By - 13.07.2018

Lack of consensus and confusion over compromise in lead up to Brussels meeting.

In-depth | Politics

Where is Kosovo’s left?

By - 09.07.2018

A look into contemporary left wing political parties in Kosovo

In-depth | BiH

Uncertainty dominates as Bosnian elections announced

By - 10.05.2018

October elections could throw the country into political chaos.

In-depth | Greece

New names and old in Macedonia discussions

By - 24.04.2018

The options for ending decades-long dispute between Macedonia and Greece.

One-on-one | EU

Florian Bieber: In some ways, the EU encourages regional autocrats

By - 21.04.2018

Leading academic on Western Balkans talks about constrained democracies, foreign influence and the potential for change.

One-on-one | Politics

Fatos Lubonja: “We are unable to build the big house together, so we build by ourselves”

By - 12.04.2018

Publisher from Albania speaks about the role of intellectuals in society, the flaws of Albanian democracy and the necessity of thinking differently.

In-depth | Politics

Hashim Thaçi — (dis)unifying the people?

By - 07.04.2018

Two years into his mandate, Kosovo’s president is more divisive than ever.

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