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11 Sep 07

Bettering Balkans Journalism

Foreign aid donors have made a valuable, if somewhat flawed, contribution to media-development in the Balkans.
11 Sep 07

Evaluating Our Efforts

A review of recent media-development work in the Balkans yields valuable lessons.
11 Sep 07

Free Trade Plan Alarms Croats

Economists hail Europe's call for a Balkan free trade zone, but many Croats see in the proposal the ghost of Yugoslavia.
11 Sep 07

Albania Seeks Firm NATO Entry Date

Tirana, Zagreb and Skopje urge Washington to commit to letting them join the club in 2008.
11 Sep 07

FOCUS: Chomsky Interview Controversy

British newspaper finds itself at the heart of a bitter dispute about Balkans war crimes following interview with high-profile intellectual.
11 Sep 07

With Gotovina Arrested, Croatia's Soul-Searching is Over

The pressure is now off for Zagreb to investigate a host of other unresolved war crimes against Serbs.

11 Sep 07

Europe's Mixed Messages For The Balkans

Croatia's and Serbia's progress towards the EU may well benefit the whole region but some states still fear being left in the cold.

11 Sep 07

Address by Meddzida Kreso, President of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Esteemed gentlemen, colleagues and respected guests,

Before anything else I wish to express my pleasure at having the honour to attend this event with all of you today and having the opportunity to present to you all the achievements in the work of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina in this relatively short period of its existence.
11 Sep 07

In Pursuit of Justice: An Overview of Progress in the Transitional Justice System of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Conference Outline

A major conference hosted by the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, BIRN, in Sarajevo this month addressed the daunting task of transferring responsibility for prosecuting war crimes committed in the early Nineties to Bosnia's own domestic justice system.
11 Sep 07

Public broadcasting faces battle for survival in the Balkans

Survey shows public broadcasters are under-financed, too close to the political elites and are locked into mutually destructive ratings wars with commercial rivals.

11 Sep 07

EU Green Light for Croatia Boosts Sanader

Foreign policy triumph throws Euro-sceptics, extreme right and opposition onto defensive.
26 Jun 07

Tadic Apology to Croats Divides Serbia

Some praise historic gesture of reconciliation; others condemn it as treason and as a disgrace.
19 Jan 06

Serb Refugees Unmoved by Gotovina Trial

With so many of their problems still unresolved, Croatian Serbs seem to have little interest in the upcoming case
22 Aug 05

Ten Years On, Refugees Remain On the Outside

Serbs from Croatia and Bosnia who arrived in the 1990s say they are still victims of local hostility.