Home Page
/en/file/show//Images/images/Dodik DraganGojic Beta 660.jpg

Court Rejects Bosnian Serb Claim to Army Facilities

The Constitutional Court ruled that military facilities in the country's Serb-dominated entity are owned by the state - a decision which could help Bosnia move towards membership of NATO.

Full Article
state-dep-balkan-states-to-speed-up-restitution-of-cult-property-08-16-2017

Balkan Religious Minorities Still Feel Excluded, US Says

Religious minorities in the Balkans still struggle with a degree of discrimination and with a lack of official cooperation in regaining assets confiscated by the communist regimes, a US State Department report says. 

Get our daily and Premium headlines in your inbox

Choose your Newsletters:
politicians-worsening-feuds-threaten-to-make-bosnia-ungovernable-07-30-2017

Politicians' Worsening Feuds Threaten to Make Bosnia Ungovernable

A recently cancelled lunch in Mostar is just the latest sign that the country’s ferociously divided leaders are increasingly unwilling to meet – let alone agree on anything substantial.

Srecko Latal
men-don-t-cry-revealing-balkan-veterans-emotions-08-15-2017

‘Men Don’t Cry’: Revealing Balkan Veterans’ Emotions

A new feature film made by a Bosnian war veteran dramatically explores the minds of men who fought in the 1990s and how it affected them psychologically and emotionally.