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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.
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.
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.
Workers on strike, poverty, refugee rights, the ‘erased’ and access to healthcare, jobs and education are just some of the under-reported justice issues in the Balkans, says writer and academic Igor Stiks.
Slovenian philosopher, psychoanalyst, and sociologist Slavoj Zizek tells BIRN`s Life in Kosovo show that conflict in the Balkans could be avoided with an exchange of territory.