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In an exclusive interview for the Balkan Insight, Judge Margarita Tsatsa – Nikolovska discusses the current hot legal topics in Macedonia, from lustration process to the shape of the nation’s judiciary.
Defence attorney for a number of war crimes indictees before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Hague Tribunal says gap is too wide between former combatants for verdicts to bring much closure.
The denunciations of the Humanitarian Law Centre’s report on the head of the Serbian army reveal the strength of Milosevic’s ideology in Serbia today and the politicisation of the war crimes office.
This year's winner of Serbia’s prestigious NIN Prize, says he writes old-fashioned literature because - like Pista Petrovic, hero of his novel ‘Bernardijeva Soba’ (Bernardi's room) - he is a man unchanged by technology.
Gabriel Partos, an analyst with the Economist Intelligence Unit, tells Balkan Insight that allegations of a high-level conspiracy to cover-up the murder of protestors during the January 21 riots is a further blow to Albania’s already tarnished reputation.
Macedonian producer Darko Popov reflects on the acclaimed black comedy of Vladimir Blazevski, "Punk’s not Dead" and the struggle to produce and promote films in the Balkans.
Journalist Jurij Gustincic reflects on the changing world of journalism in the Balkans in an interview for Balkan Insight.
After Ljubljana and Zagreb, Belgrade’s Method Acting Studio gains popularity.
Former president Stjepan Mesic lambasts a dirty election campaign, foresees splits in the ruling HDZ - and describes the arrest of a former minister as the latest chapter in the rehabilitation of the Fascist Ustashe movement.
Jelena Marojevic, a coordinator for the NGO Green Home, says the Moraca dams project is another sign that Montenegro does not take its environmental claims seriously.
Drazenka Becirovic, adviser at the Montenegrin Ministry of Economy, discusses the prospects of planned energy investments in Montenegro after the unsuccessful closure of the tender for the construction of the Moraca river dams.
In an exclusive interview with the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, BIRN, Pierre Mirel, the director for Western Balkans at the European Commission, says it is time for the government to improve socio-economic conditions in northern Kosovo.
Kokan Mladenovic, the director of Belgrade’s Atelije 212, on why he is convinced that ‘Yugoslav seasons’ will be standard form in film and theatre in future.
Igor Stiks, the author of ‘Elijah’s Chair’, on why the time was finally right to address the war that drove him from his Sarajevo home.
Slovenian MEP Jelko Kacin accuses government of Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski of manipulating the media, provoking Greece, reversing reforms and says 'it's an honour to be labeled an enemy of Macedonia these days'.