Voters in Macedonia are to vote in the first round of presidential elections on April 13 2014 and a week later, will have a double task – voting in the […]
The current president of Macedonia, Gjorge Ivanov, confirmed on February 25 2014 that he will stand for a second term in office. His candidacy was del ...
Serbia has demonstrated that politics is indeed the art of the possible. Thirsty for any successful story in the Balkans, the European Union rewarded ...
Presidential elections in Macedonia will be held on April 13 2014. The decision was signed on February 1 by the speaker of parliament, Trajko Veljanov ...
There were record floods, changes of government, protests – lots of those – and the European Union got larger by one member. Croatia voted against gay marriage, Ukraine’s president hitched […]
A protest was held on November 14 2013 against the arrival of Syria’s chemical weapons in Albania and as a sign of solidarity with protesters in Albania. A group of […]
The ministry of foreign affairs of Macedonia said on October 24 2013 that a two day round of talks on the name dispute was starting that day in New York. […]
Bulgarian Foreign Minister Kristian Vigenin confirmed on October 23 that during a visit to meet his counterpart in Athens a few days earlier, he had used the name “Former Yugoslav […]
More than 1100 refugees from the 1999 war in Kosovo are still in Macedonia. The United Nations High Commission for Refugees said that there are still concerns about these refugees […]
The European Commission (EC) released regular reports on the countries of the Western Balkans that are not members of the European Union but aspire to membership of the bloc. The […]