Articles

29

Sep

Another High Stake for Kosovo: Haradinaj’s Government Challenging Agenda

The government of Ramush Haradinaj inherits a large and very challenging agenda. The mood and t [...]

14

Oct

The way out of Kosovo’s Political crisis

There has been a lot of talk about the possibility the President of Kosovo may call new parliam [...]

22

Sep

Should Kosovo’s Constitutional Court still have international Judges?

The LSE’s South East Europe programme blog hosts a debate on the legality of the internationa [...]

16

Sep

Political crisis weakens Institutions in Kosovo

The crisis will pass; sooner or later there will be a new government. Even if the worst happens [...]

20

June

A Constitutional Moment in Kosovo

Kosovo’s voters cast their ballots on Sunday 8 June, but still have no idea who won. The Cent [...]

10

June

Strange Days in Kosovo

by Marko Prelec in Pristina The final results from Kosovo’s parliamentary elections are not e [...]

28

May

Civil Society in Kosovo demands a debate between candidates for Prime Minister

Civil Society in Kosovo demands a debate between candidates for Prime Minister Prishtina, 22 Ma [...]

27

May

June Elections: High Stakes for Kosovo

June Elections: High stakes for Kosovo by Naim Rashiti The campaign starts officially on 28 May [...]

10

Feb

Bosnia’s Social Impact

After years of passivity Bosnia shows it can still surprise; maybe two decades of Daytonian slu [...]

07

Feb

Bosnia on fire

The anger of Bosnia’s long-suffering people is finally spilling out onto the street. My frien [...]

07

Feb

Unfree and Unfair in Northern Kosovo

The municipal elections in Kosovo on 3 November were not really local, and come down to two ver [...]