OP-ED: Kosovo, Serbia and the Senseless Battle of New York. Officials from Kosovo and Serbia clashed spectacularly at the UN Security Council again this week, but their aggressive moral posturing does little to address the wartime past or prevent future.
OP-ED: It is Kosovo’s fragile democracy that will pay the price of any deal struck by Hashim Thaci to partition the country. The EU should think twice.
INVESTIGATION: Hundreds of Turkish citizens have applied for asylum in the countries of the Balkans since a failed 2016 coup, seeking protection from a crackdown being waged well beyond the borders of Recep Tay
OP-ED: A one billion dollar highway: faster roads, poorer people Kosovo’s primary public investment in the last decade has been in asphalt, but not in the people that use it.
FEATURE: Gated communities offering expensive, luxury housing have begun to appear across Kosovo in recent years, with critics arguing it is a sign of growing social inequality.
INTERVIEW: ALBIN KURTI: “POLITICS IS NOT THE ART OF THE POSSIBLE. POLITICS IS ART. SIMPLY, ART.”
REPORTING: ‘New chapter’: What a left-wing victory means for Kosovo: Self Determination Movement won snap polls against backdrop of Kosovo’s sour relations with Serbia and corruption.