20-years-after-dayton-bosnia-s-neighbours-still-worry-bosniaks-11-20-2015 21 Nov 15 20 Years after Dayton, Bosnia’s Neighbours Still Worry Bosniaks

The open hostilities between Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia in the 1990s have long given way to friendlier relations - but Bosniaks are still anxious about their neighbours.

fr-sava-time-to-go-forward-and-start-dialogue-11-12-2015 13 Nov 15 Fr. Sava: Time to Go Forward and Start Dialogue

Sava Janjic, the Abbot of Visoki Decani Monastery, says Serbian heritage needs to be settled within the Brussels dialogue before any further discussion on UNESCO status.

serbia-s-unesco-victory-has-exposed-its-true-face-11-12-2015 12 Nov 15 Serbia’s UNESCO ‘Victory’ Has Exposed its True Face

Belgrade’s brutal and offensive campaign against Kosovo’s membership bid, comparing it to ISIS, has reminded Europe and its own neighbours of how little the ‘new’ Serbia has changed.

shakespeare-reconnects-serbian-and-kosovar-theatregoers-11-06-2015 12 Nov 15 Shakespeare Reconnects Serbian and Kosovo Theatregoers

With a Kosovo Albanian playing Romeo and a Serb playing Juliet, Predrag Miki Manojlovic’s production of the Shakespeare classic is intended to bring Belgrade and Pristina closer together.

middle-east-and-balkan-war-refugees-share-camp-11-04-2015 04 Nov 15 Middle East and Balkan War Refugees Share Camp

Refugees from the 1990s Balkan wars are now sharing their rundown temporary accommodation in Belgrade with people fleeing more recent conflicts in the Middle East and Africa.

the-dark-ages-turns-bosnian-war-into-drama-11-02-2015 03 Nov 15 ‘The Dark Ages’ Turns Bosnian War into Drama

Real-life testimonies from people who lived through recent conflicts in Europe have been transformed into a gripping theatre play - acted out by the people whose stories it highlights.

serbia-resists-pressure-to-open-secret-files-10-15-2015 16 Oct 15 Serbia Resists Pressure to Open Secret Files

Despite a decade of promises and EU pressure, most of Serbia’s state security files remain closed, mainly for political reasons, even though other Balkan countries are opening up their archives.

serbia-s-nazi-collaborators-highlight-holocaust-ignorance-10-12-2015 13 Oct 15 Serbia’s Nazi Collaborators Highlight Holocaust Ignorance

As Serbia considers whether to rehabilitate Nazi-backed leader Milan Nedic, British professor Jovan Byford recalls how the country’s WWII government was involved in helping send Jews to their deaths.

race-hots-up-for-serbian-war-crimes-post-10-06-2015 06 Oct 15 Race Hots up for Serbian War Crimes Post

Three key candidates aspire to become Serbia’s new chief war crime prosecutor – an unenviable job that comes with a lot of political pressure and precious little support.

i-am-still-proud-of-october-5-10-05-2015 05 Oct 15 I Am Still Proud of October 5

We achieved our main goals 15 years ago – too bad we wasted so many opportunities after that.

years-on-old-milosevic-allies-still-run-serbia-10-02-2015 05 Oct 15 Years on, Old Milosevic Allies Still Run Serbia

Fifteen years after Slobodan Milosevic was ousted, many key figures of the old regime are back on the political stage and wielding power once again.

don-t-rebury-apis-in-serbia-historian-urges-09-29-2015 30 Sep 15 Don’t Rebury WW1 Col Apis in Serbia, Historian Urges

As Belgrade readies to bury remains of Col Dragutin Dimitrijevic Apis the historian Milivoj Beslin says it sends the wrong message to a country still troubled by political murders.

serbia-croatia-row-exposes-balkan-fault-lines-09-28-2015 28 Sep 15 Serbia-Croatia Row Exposes Balkan Fault Lines

The border dispute between Croatia and Serbia was only solved after Brussels intervened, showing how fragile relations between the two neighbouring countries really are.

croatia-landmines-pose-new-threat-to-refugees-09-24-2015 25 Sep 15 Croatia Landmines Pose New Threat to Refugees

Increasing numbers of refugees have been crossing the Croatia-Serbia border, some taking illegal routes through dangerous territory dotted with landmines left over from the 1990s war.

kosovo-serbia-begin-diplomatic-battle-over-unesco-09-17-2015 17 Sep 15 Kosovo, Serbia Begin Diplomatic Battle over UNESCO

Pristina and Belgrade are set for another diplomatic battle over Kosovo’s bid to join United Nations cultural body UNESCO which could further damage relations between Serbia and its former province.

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