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The assault on Vijesti’s director shows the struggle to subdue the independence of the media in the republic is hotting up.
The US draft document on freezing Kosovo’s status until 2020, could - if adopted - open the way to a mutually-acceptable solution.
Whoever takes power, HDZ or SDP, Croatia’s next government must fight corruption fearlessly – or prepare to be judged a failure.
Clinton and Blair still savour “victory” in Kosovo, but an unfolding crisis over the UN-administered entity’s status exposes fundamental flaws in the NATO intervention of 1999.
Uncertainty over the make-up of Croatia’s new government causes few concerns outside the country as it prepares to become the next member of the EU and NATO.
The international community and Bosnian leaders should turn away from their protracted and barren debate on police reform, and look at more pragmatic options to improve policing.
In spite of its threats to retaliate against Kosovo and the countries that may recognize its independence, the Serbian government has few options that would work in practice.
Violent incidents in the Macedonian Parliament and their aftermath may be interpreted in several ways, but none says much for the democratic orientation of Macedonian policy.
The rhetoric of economic freedom has entered Croatian politics in a new way, just in time for parliamentary elections - but what does it mean?
A popular TV show reveals that Kosovo’s politicians have little to offer their electorate either in terms of policies or personalities.
A farcical furore over Romanians in London reminds us why restricting labour migration in a free Europe is wrongheaded