All articles by: Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher is deputy editor-in-chief at K2.0 and edits mainly In Depth feature content. Jack has a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of York and a management PGDip from Warwick Business School, U.K..

Perspectives | Elections 2019

Winners and losers as new era of Kosovar politics dawns

By - 08.10.2019

VV’s remarkable rise and LDK’s bounceback as others left licking their wounds.

Perspectives | Politics

Farewell PAN government, here’s your ‘best’ bits…

By - 23.08.2019

Let’s take a moment to celebrate some ‘achievements.’

Perspectives | Human Rights

Survivors’ needs should be at the very heart of the rape photos debate

By - 17.05.2019

People’s lives and traumas should never be part of a political game.

In-depth | Energy

Kosovo’s energy ‘crisis’ explained

By , Dafina Halili - 05.08.2017

Cutting through the energy confusion.

Lately | Justice

New Astrit Dehari protest keeps pressure on government

By - 24.11.2016

Petition launched demanding key resignations.

Lately | Music

Joss Stone delights intimate Prishtina audience

By - 19.09.2016

Soul sensation performs at Zone Club.

Perspectives | TWIK

No major shake-ups

By - 16.09.2016

K2.0’s weekly take on Kosovo's top news.

Perspectives | TWIK

Seeking a state of agreement

By - 09.09.2016

K2.0’s weekly take on Kosovo's top news.

Perspectives | TWIK

No end in sight

By - 02.09.2016

K2.0’s weekly take on Kosovo's top news.

Perspectives | EU

Kosovo should care about a ‘Brexit’

By - 22.06.2016

The UK referendum on leaving the ‪‎EU‬ could have potentially significant consequences for ‪Kosovo.

Lately | LGBTI

Kosovars fly the rainbow flag

By - 17.05.2016

President symbolically leads LGBTI march through Prishtina.

Lately | Sports

Kosovo admitted into FIFA

By - 13.05.2016

New national team will join qualifiers for 2018 World Cup

Lately | Government

Thaci elected President of Kosovo

By - 27.02.2016

Day of turbulence ends with anticipated appointment.

Lately | Politics

“Quint” embassies clarify controversial statement

By - 01.12.2015

UK, France and Italy say comments unrelated to opposition raid.