Taking a stand
What’s the significance of a Karadžić verdict?
A refresher on the case against the wartime president of Republika Srpska.
The government of Kosovo is failing its human rights obligations
Why Kosovo needs robust legislation on state responsibility for human rights violations.
“Border correction” leads to the suspension of reason
The Gordian knot of border correction and import tariffs is self-tied.
Gender inequality is still pervasive in decision-making and politics
Kosovo has most advanced gender equality law in region — but doesn’t enforce it.
State of Kosovo’s private sector illustrates poor economic vision
Local ‘economic zones’ showing no concrete results.
Help education in Kosovo
Recent criticism of Kosovo Accreditation Agency is misguided and unfounded.
Can Kosovo afford the unintended consequences of the 100 percent tax?
Clear breach of international agreement could trigger impacts that cannot be undone.
‘Carrots’ and ‘Sticks’ for a Deal with Serbia
The relationship between Kosovo Army, Specialist Chambers and the Prime Minister’s draft agreement with Serbia.
The PM’s draft agreement with Serbia reflects good intentions but may have dangerous consequences
An alternative to partition and territorial changes but still dangerous for Kosovo’s sovereignty.
Experimenting with peace
How political parties in Bosnia and Herzegovina are manipulating the peace agreement.