The recent murders near Skopje have fuelled concerns that Macedonia is again heading towards all-out ethnic conflict.
Announcing Macedonia’s new lustration bill, the coordinator of the ruling VMRO DPMNE caucus in parliament says the left can no longer conceal its opposition behind complaints about bias and transparency.
Forget the rule of law. It’s now clear that if your government has in any way offended top Serbian officials, you cross Serbia at your own risk.
A potential court ruling on the Chetnik leader’s trial and execution in 1946 has reopened old, unhealed wounds in Serbia.
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.
As the row over the selection of judges in Serbia shows no sign of ending, the Judicial Council, the body tasked with sorting it out, remains hopelessly compromised, its own credibility in tatters.
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.
By obtaining EU candidate status, Serbia has sent an important signal - but the real test will be the membership negotiations, as they will require a deeper transformation of society.
In an exclusive interview for the Balkan Insight, Judge Margarita Tsatsa – Nikolovska discusses the current hot legal topics in Macedonia, from lustration process to the shape of the nation’s judiciary.
The denunciations of the Humanitarian Law Centre’s report on the head of the Serbian army reveal the strength of Milosevic’s ideology in Serbia today and the politicisation of the war crimes office.
Brussels must do what it can to stop Bosnian Serb leaders from undermining the country’s state court.
With both governments in principle in favor of a bilateral agreement to withdraw mutual genocide claims, prospects for an out-of-court settlement are improving.
Macedonia’s ruling party is in no mood to back down before the courts concerning its tough lustration agenda.
Key dates and events in transitional justice in Serbia.
Key dates and events in the Bosnia war.