Taking a stand
‘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.
Being tried without being present
Could changes to the Criminal Procedure Code allowing trials in absentia aid transitional justice?
The EU must act to restore trust in its ability to mediate a Kosovo-Serbia agreement
European influence has gone backwards during Mogherini’s tenure.
Will Kosovo pass the final test?
Mapping the route to visa liberalization through the European Council.
The West is more interested in Kosovo’s image than its problems
International efforts to create a reflection of an imagined self doesn’t benefit citizens.
Border correction is not a 21st Century European solution
Exchanging territory would not benefit Kosovo or its Euro-Atlantic perspective.
Nobel Peace Prize award reminds of imperative to support wartime sexual violence survivors
In Kosovo, such support still lacking two decades after war.
Ignorance over competence
How a statue in the middle of the capital shows the true nature of Kosovo’s problems.
We need a bit of science in the concrete of cultural architecture
Before strategies, the independent culture scene needs a consolidated discourse.