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Kosovo is brewing for change

After seven years of independence, Kosovo remains a society in crisis. A new book places the responsibility of a corrupt elite – and its Western allies.

The Slavko Curuvija killing: A dry and dangerous media landscape

SERBIA: An ongoing lawsuit in Serbia lays brutal assaults on freedom of the press and freedom of speech under the Milosevic regime. It also places a critical spotlight on today's Serbian media landscape.

Refugee crisis on the Balkan Peninsula

More and more refugees from conflict areas in Africa and the Middle East are trying to enter the EU via the Western Balkans. The result could be a new refugee crisis in Europe.

20 years of nationalist steepness

The reactions to the terrorist attack in the small town of Zvornik illustrate how short the Bosnian reconciliation process has come – 20 years after the Dayton Agreement.