Twenty years ago, the Bosnian Army started digging a tunnel underneath Sarajevo airport which would become the besieged city’s only relief route and a symbol of its resistance.
As Kosovo dismantles its remaining Yugoslav-era heritage, the memorial to WW2 fighters is to make way for a complex dedicated to independence leader Ibrahim Rugova.
After Belgrade removed a memorial to ethnic Albanian fighters in Presevo, some locals called for political dialogue but others rejected cooperation with the government.
Belgrade has promised to demolish the monument and ethnic Albanians have vowed to defend it - while its creator just wishes he'd never been asked to build it.
When the Regent was deposed in 1941, Yugoslavia lost a progressive, far-sighted leader who had begun to set the country on a different, better, path.
Vogue for documentary art in Bosnia, in film, image and on the stage, reflects a conviction that post-war audiences need to confront the factual reality of the recent past.
Forget the row with Greece over Alexander. What now has Macedonians at odds are new monuments resembling, or commemorating, historic figures linked to Bulgaria.
Thirty two years after his death, the cult of personality built around Josip Broz Tito in history teaching across the old Yugoslavia has been replaced with narrower, nationalistic interpretations.
Two decades on from the attack that killed seven JNA soldiers, efforts to solve the case are in disarray, while Bosnian Serbs claim to be collecting fresh evidence.
Refusal of world’s largest steel company to allow victims access to the site of the notorious former camp in Bosnia on ‘safety’ grounds is an outrage.
Serbia’s announced rehabilitation of Draza Mihailovic is a fatal concession to the idea of Great Serbia - and to the ideas of the Croatian Ustasha, and all who aim to equalise Fascism and Anti-Fascism.
The plot of “Ustanicka ulica“ [Ustanicka Street] is an artistic interpretation of our reality. That is why it carries some deeper truths than the ones we recognise in reality.
A bid to rename hundreds of streets is stirring a heated ideological and ethnic debate in Skopje.
Following showing of ‘A Town Betrayed’ in Sweden, Hague tribunal’s head of outreach says film contradicts past judgments of the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia.
Bosniaks in Scandinavia have voiced outrage over the airing of “A Town Betrayed”, a film about Srebrenica that challenges generally accepted narratives about the 1995 massacre.