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The Kolarac Endowment has hosted the best of the world’s classical music since 1933. Now the Studentski trg building needs renovation, though works are not in sight.
The unrepentant advocate of Yugoslavia and Socialism says time’s up for the independence projects of the ex-Yugoslav republics - none of whom have made a go of it.
Sticking to the path of European integration offers the best hope for Macedonia to overcome the tensions aggravated by the recent killings in Skopje, says the Vice-Prime Minister in charge of European Affairs.
At the upcoming donors conference, Montenegro will try to obtain funds for its most vulnerable refugees, says Zeljko Sofranac, director of the Bureau for the Care of Refugees.
Bosnia is still divided and this has betrayed victims and the entire country, which is still not functional, says Ed Vulliamy, a British journalist famed for his reporting from the Bosnian war.
Twenty years after the start of the war, civilians and former soldiers are still suffering from the horrors they lived through, says Ismet Dizdarevic, a renowned social psychologist.
After almost becoming Prime Minister in January, Ljubljana’s three-times mayor Zoran Jankovic says he has not put aside his ambitions to lead a national government.
Unveiling his new album, Zoran Predin says Balkan nations need to rediscover their traditional music, if they don’t want their musical scene to be overwhelmed by English and American pop.
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.
Support for Vetevendosje is growing by the day, the leader of Vetevendosje Albin Kurti said in an interview with BIRN.
Director of the Serbian Office for Cooperation with the Hague Tribunal, Dusan Ignjatovic, says Serbia will continue the cooperation with the ICTY’s successor in the same way.
Kosovo’s flying lobbyist James Berisha, who was released from an Eritrean prison last month, has told Balkan Insight that he plans two final lobbying visits once he has retrieved his plane in Sudan.
The trailer for a Slovene docudrama that suggests America bought its space programme from Tito’s Yugoslavia has had almost a million net views. Balkan Insight spoke to authors Bostjan and Ziga Virc.
As FEST marks its 40th anniversary, director Borislav Andjelic talks about his aspirations for Belgrade’s ‘festival of festivals’.
As Serbia and Israel celebrate restored diplomatic ties, ambassador Levy talks of the ‘love affair’ between Serbs and Jews and the political and economic implications this has today.