All articles by: Arian Lumezi
Is it time for a directly elected president?
Negotiations over position again cause divisions and delays.
Aftershocks in Albania’s devastated communities
Relief efforts marred by lack of coordination and official inefficiency.
Arben Hajrullahu: More problematic than the wrongdoings is the lack of will to challenge them
Rethinking Academia (Part 1) — Professor from Prishtina who spoke out against universities being used for personal gain talks about the need for academic courage.
“No Questions Without Answers”
K2.0 has launched a campaign for improving communication between institutions and media.
Stevan Dojčinović: I thought publishing the truth was enough, but you also have to do something about the lies
Award winning investigative journalist talks exposing crime networks, Paradise Papers and dealing with intimidation.
Abdullah Bozkurt: The Balkans is a very fertile ground for Erdoğan’s party
Turkish editor in exile discusses Erdoğan’s authoritarian clampdown on the free press and his influence in the Balkans.
Judiciary struggles with politician prosecutions
Months after positive assessment, final verdicts in high profile cases remain rare.
Gill Phillips: Snowden had more impact in countries that remember the dangers of mass state surveillance
The Guardian’s legal head shares her experience of working with high profile whistleblowing cases such as Edward Snowden, Wikileaks and the Paradise Papers.
The easiest way to fight corruption
K2.0 discusses the challenges in accessing public documents at latest Small Talk.