The Serbian paramilitary who became a key prosecution witness at his former comrades’ trial for war crimes in Kosovo says he had to speak out about the brutal massacres his unit committed.
Macedonia has yet to face up to what happened in its 2001 conflict with Albanian rebels, says Biljana Vankovska, an advocate for Balkan reconciliation initiative RECOM.
A Yugoslav Army brigade’s military assaults on eight Kosovo villages that killed 885 people in 1999 have now been fully documented, but Serbia may never prosecute its commander.
Four years since Bosnia adopted a war-crimes strategy, hopes are growing that perpetrators might be brought to justice more quickly.
The president of Bosnia’s highest judicial authority says that failure to secure resources will hold up prosecutions of alleged war criminals.
Two recent mafia-style killings have pinpointed the weaknesses in the witness protection programme, prompting fresh calls for the system to be overhauled.
They may have been among the worst criminals of the Bosnian war - but the logistical problems in proving snipers’ responsibility for people’s deaths mean that not one has been convicted.
While police confidently claim that radical Islamist were behind the recent mass killing in Skopje, some experts feel far from persuaded.
Delays and “missing” documents damage hopes for an official inquiry into NATO attack on state broadcaster.
The recent murders near Skopje have fuelled concerns that Macedonia is again heading towards all-out ethnic conflict.
As the last foreign judicial staff get ready to pack their bags in Bosnia, local lawyers are divided whether they did much good or not.
Justice and reconciliation must not be delayed further in the region of the former Yugoslavia, and it is up to national governments to increase their efforts.
You do not have to be a conspiracy theorist to accept that this government, pushing an irresponsible ultra-nationalist agenda, is creating all the conditions for all-out conflict.
A bid to rename hundreds of streets is stirring a heated ideological and ethnic debate in Skopje.
Key findings of the OSCE survey about Serbian attitudes towards war crimes and the trials held at the Hague Tribunal and national courts.