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Brussels _ The European Union's Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn has been unveiling proposals on how to help countries in the Western Balkans move closer to the bloc.
Banja Luka _ A top Bosnian Serb official criticised a statement by the body overseeing the implementation of Bosnia's peace agreement which said the country's entities have no right to secede.
Skopje _ A date for when to start Macedonia's EU accession talks should be known by the end of 2008, a resolution by the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee said Wednesday.
Brussels _ Macedonia should not count on beginning European Union accession talks during the course of this year, the EU's Enlargement Commissioner suggested Tuesday.
Ten years after the Thessaloniki summit, the EU enlargement process for the western Balkans needs an injection of new energy.
Young Bosnians with Croatian passports will have new opportunities to work in Europe after Croatia joins the EU in July - but some regard this privilege with mixed feelings.
Belgrade’s failure to obtain a start date for EU membership talks in June will not cause immediate damage to the economy, but the long-term implication are worrying, experts say.
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.
The recent revival of hate speech, mainly targeting Serbs, presents an unwelcome challenge for the government - and for the country as it prepares to join the EU.
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.
In the run-up to a crucial EU decision on opening membership talks with Belgrade, Serbs are unclear which way Berlin will jump.
The media campaign against Bulgarian and Romanian immigrants plumbs new depths each week. Who would have guessed this country once put Bulgaria on a pedestal?
Reports about the number of impoverished migrants from Bulgaria and Romania are alarming Germany - but how accurate are these claims?
Questions of democratic development are more complex in the Western Balkans than elsewhere in Eastern Europe.