All articles by: Nidzara Ahmetasevic
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s COVID-19 response threatens fragile human rights
Array of restrictive measures have left many in fear.
The demise of the Bosnian semi-protectorate
High Representative holds unlimited power, without using it.
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.
Bosnia’s limp statehood challenged by act of police insubordination
Latest political calculations and maneuvers lay the captured state bear.
Migrants and refugees caught in Balkan Limbo
Montenegro experiences rise in those seeking refuge in Europe.
Pupils lead education (r)evolution in BiH
School pupils launch nationwide campaign to end segregated education.