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As the UN General Assembly debates the Hague Tribunal’s role in promoting reconciliation, there is a need for a deeper discussion about how international courts can contribute to lasting peace.
Europe should not offer Belgrade a start date for talks until it offers its own minorities the same privileges it demands for the Serbs in Kosovo.
While Alexander Vucic is in the spotlight over the failed talks with Kosovo, broader disunity on the Kosovo issue within Serbia’s ruling coalition has also been blamed.
Kosovo has started work on a reconciliation strategy, but relatives of victims of the war and its violent aftermath are sceptical that justice can be done, 14 years after the conflict ended.
Three upcoming reports will help determine the EU prospects of Kosovo, Serbia and Macedonia; of the three, the latter is causing by far the most concern.
If Hashim Thaci’s party flagrantly flouts the country’s law on financing, it is far from alone in doing so.
As Kosovo dismantles its remaining Yugoslav-era heritage, the memorial to WW2 fighters is to make way for a complex dedicated to independence leader Ibrahim Rugova.
A Yugoslav Army brigade’s military assaults on eight Kosovo villages that killed 885 people in 1999 have now been fully documented, but Serbia may never prosecute its commander.
Hamza and Zizek’s “From Myth to Symptom: The Case of Kosovo” deconstructs the NATO intervention and independence.
Chief negotiator says government supports having a Serb company administer power bills, and may legalise rogue phone operators.
A hardline Islamic movement aims to become a political party, though some human rights groups say its aims are unconstitutional.
A bitter land dispute between an iconic Serbian Orthodox monastery and two Kosovo companies has sparked protests and threatened to damage fragile ethnic relations.
Kosovo Liberation Army guerrillas believed they were fighting for freedom, but 14 years after the war with Serbian forces, some of Pristina’s ‘heroes’ are struggling for survival.
Plans to hand out a new medal, the Order of Independence, on the fifth anniversary of Kosovo’s independence, have raised a number of tricky questions.
Kosovo’s ruling party is refusing to disclose all the funds it spent on internal polls, which observers say is par for the course.