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  • Kosovo Hikes Defence Budget to Fund New Army
    Kosovo's 2019 budget has awarded the defence ministry an extra six million euros to help begin the slow process of transforming the country's security force, KSF, into a regular army.
    - 8 Feb 19, 3:41pm -
  • Western Diplomats Criticise Bosnian Serb Srebrenica Commission
    The US embassy in Sarajevo and Bosnia’s peace overseer criticised Bosnian Serb officials’ decision to establish a commission to probe crimes committed in Srebrenica during the war, which Bosniaks claim is a bid to rewrite history.
    - 8 Feb 19, 2:47pm -
  • Serbian Capital’s Princely Plans for Square Draw Mockery
    The City of Belgrade's plans to make a gigantic statue of a medieval prince the centrepiece of a refurbished square have attracted derision on social media – with some comparing the project to Macedonia’s pricey but flawed revamp of its own capit…
    - 8 Feb 19, 2:04pm -
  • Bosnian Serb Ex-Soldier Asks for Wartime Rape Acquittal
    In closing statements in the trial of former Bosnian Serb soldier Milomir Davidovic, his defence asked for him to be acquitted of the rape and sexual abuse of Bosniak women in Foca in July 1992.
    - 8 Feb 19, 1:28pm -
  • Bosnian Croat Officer’s Crimes Against Humanity Acquittal Quashed
    The verdict acquitting former Croatian Defence Council commander Mile Puljic, who was cleared of crimes against prisoners in Mostar in 1993 and 1994, was quashed and a retrial ordered.
    - 8 Feb 19, 11:50am -
  • EU Missteps Fuelling Perception of Balkan Double Standards
    Politicians in the Balkans frequently accuse the EU of double standards in its dealings with the region. Do they have a point? 
    - 8 Feb 19, 6:38am -
  • Faces From the Belgrade Protesting Crowds
    In the months-long protests in Serbia, those marching every weekend are not all demonstrating for purely political reasons – but also to raise their voices over other burning everyday problems.
    - 8 Feb 19, 6:37am -
  • Olympic Dreams Bring Bosnia’s Two Sarajevos Closer
    Sarajevo is about to host the ‘small winter Olympics’, as the European Youth Olympic Festival is often nicknamed – and it is bringing together not only sportsmen and women but a divided city, too.
    - 8 Feb 19, 6:37am -
  • Macedonia Awaits Greek Vote to Activate Name Change
    Ahead of a vote in the Greek parliament on Friday, which is expected to ratify its neighbour’s accession to NATO, Macedonia is gearing up to start using its newly agreed name – Republic of North Macedonia.
    - 8 Feb 19, 6:33am -
  • No Laughing Matter
    Alas, there is little to laugh about and plenty to cringe over in the politics of south-east Europe, particularly for ordinary citizens who find themselves hostage to their political leaders. 
    - 7 Feb 19, 5:12pm -

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