Reporter Jeta Xharra talks about misogyny in journalism, and how she uses her live TV show to challenge politicians on gender inequality.
Might we see some revival of some secessionist movements in Europe due to the situation in Catalonia or maybe not so much, and why?
Make no mistake; the ongoing Catalan crisis is a disaster for Kosova.
Perhaps an identity-related distinction rather than a geographical one could resolve the dispute more swiftly and on a permanent basis?
Vucic and Dacic are mixing political interests with substantive proposals. So what?
Do Kosovars and Serbs have options other than work avoidance?
Diplomatic jargon obstructs understanding of problems to be overcome and construction of the means of overcoming them.
The fraying status quo in the region gives Islamists an opportunity to broaden and deepen their influence.
The last thing the region needs is more “attention” from the European Union.
What about one inclusive people that welcomes differences while looking for similarities? Who stands in the way?
Bakir Izetbegovic should make public any new evidence he has relating to his appeal of Serbia’s acquittal regarding the 1995 Srebrenica Genocide. In detail. Now.
Can Zoran Zaev avoid turning into Zlatko Lagumdzija?
It may seem like nothing has changed in Macedonia after Sunday’s elections, but look closer and you will see the cracks forming inside the country.
Despite astounding revelations of corruption and malpractice, Macedonia’s two ruling parties are likely to win the early elections in December for a combination of reasons.