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As the EU rule of law mission in Kosovo stages a new organ-trafficking investigation, prosecutor Jonathan Ratel discusses the recent Medicus clinic convictions and the suspects who remain at large.
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.
Serbia’s former top official for Kosovo says only Belgrade can pursue Serbs in North to respect EU-brokered agreement.
Kosovo playwright Jeton Neziraj discusses his work on such topics such as nationalism in art, Kosovo-Serbia relations, the links between religion and terrorism, and his new play on the possible independence of Wales.
The festival that introduced contemporary dance to Serbia is preparing its tenth anniversary with a prestigious programme.
The head of Energy Regulatory Agency, Sokol Ramadani, tells Balkan Insight that CEZ damaged Albania to the tune of nearly €600 million through mismanagement.
Questions of democratic development are more complex in the Western Balkans than elsewhere in Eastern Europe.
EU rule of law mission’s former deputy chief says successes in fighting corruption are underplayed – but pressures to preserve Kosovo’s stability have sometimes got in the way.
The president of Bosnia’s highest judicial authority says that failure to secure resources will hold up prosecutions of alleged war criminals.
The Hague Tribunal has taken flak for recent high-profile acquittals but prosecution errors have helped the accused go free, says Balkans expert Eric Gordy.
The widow of the Yugoslav-Albanian acting legend recalls her late husband’s film successes, love of tango, pride in his roots - and, finally, the resolve with which he took his own life.
Pasko Kuzman, Macedonia’s excavator in chief, says he is not putting down his shovel until he finds the tomb of Alexander the Great – even if it takes him till he is 99.
The former Yugoslavia is effectively still at war, and will stay that way until the countries of the region deal with the legacy of the past, claims Goran Simic, a Bosnian Transitional Justice expert.
One of the loudest opponents of nationalism, Dubravka Ugresic spoke to Balkan Insight about identity, the media’s responsibility for the conflict and the criminalisation of former Yugoslav society.
Roma Theatre ‘Suno e Romengo’ has brought Roma culture closer to Serbian audiences with sell-out shows - but its future is threatened by financial crisis, the founder and manager Zoran Jovanovic, says.