Can Kosovo afford the unintended consequences of the 100 percent tax?
Clear breach of international agreement could trigger impacts that cannot be undone.
Atifete Jahjaga: All the activism that was synchronized from one side of the globe to the other shows that enough is enough — the time has come to act
The first woman president of Kosovo speaks about the importance of women’s participation and challenging the patriarchal mindset in politics, as well as her cause for survivors of wartime sexual violence.
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.
Gëzim Krasniqi: After the populist tragedy in Europe, it’s the ideal moment for the left
Political sociologist talks to K2.0 about the shifting political landscape in the Balkans, Europe and the world.
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.
QËNDRON KASTRATI: Kamenica is a model for coexistence between different communities.
The youngest mayor in Kosovo discusses the challenges of his first year in office governing a municipality with lots of territory, but little budget and few residents.
Beatriz Becerra: For me, liberalism is more of an attitude to life
MEP talks about a post-Brexit EU, migration policy, and what next year’s elections could mean for the future of Europe.
‘The masters have gone feral on each other’
A history of the ongoing clashes between Hashim Thaçi and Ramush Haradinaj.
Border correction is not a 21st Century European solution
Exchanging territory would not benefit Kosovo or its Euro-Atlantic perspective.