In Kosovo’s capital, Pristina, the name Clinton is ubiquitous. Bill Clinton Boulevard bisects the city, on which a 10-foot effigy of the former U.S. president, and a giant billboard depicting […]
The world was battered in 2015 by overlapping crises that fueled xenophobic sentiment in democratic countries, undermined the economies of states depe ...
Germany is tightening its migration laws in response to the huge numbers of refugees arriving on its borders, with several Balkan states now designate ...
The European Parliament voted on January 21 2016 in favour of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement (SAA) between the European Union and Kosovo ...
Kosovo’s worst political crisis since declaring independence from Serbia in 2008 deepened Saturday, with thousands of opposition protesters taking to the streets of the capital, Pristina, to denounce the country’s […]
Many weapons on Europe’s black market come via the Balkans. The terrorists in the Paris attacks allegedly used such weapons. The illegal arms trade from the Balkans is a security […]
VOA’s Jeff Swicord visited Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo to examine radical extremism in the Balkans. This is the third of three parts. The text message read, “Tonight is the […]
VOA’s Jeff Swicord visited Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo to examine radical extremism in the Balkans. This is the second of three parts. In September 1993, a battalion of foreign […]
The European Union signed on October 27 2015 a Stabilisation and Association Agreement (SAA) with Kosovo, opening the way for reforms and trade and investment opportunities in the country. The […]
Opposition politicians in Kosovo used tear gas again inside the parliament building Friday to protest agreements with Serbia and Montenegro. Before the session, the opposition also threw tear gas near […]