Srebrenica

Netherlands has 'very limited liability' for Srebrenica deaths

Dutch Supreme Court lowers liability of the Dutch state in the massacre of 350 Bosniaks during Srebrenica genocide.

Netherlands has 'very limited liability' for Srebrenica deaths

Srebrenica

What are the 10 stages of genocide?

Examining what led to the massacre of thousands of Bosnian Muslims, on the 24th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide.

What are the 10 stages of genocide?

NATO

Bosnia as the new 'battleground' between NATO and Russia

Russia has been undermining Bosnia's stability to keep the country out of NATO, analysts say.

Bosnia as the new 'battleground' between NATO and Russia

Montenegro

Montenegro fires football coach for boycotting Kosovo game

Ljubisa Tumbakovic skips match amid Serbian campaign against Serbs playing in games with Kosovo.

Montenegro fires football coach for boycotting Kosovo game

Europe

Kosovo: Serbs rally in North Mitrovica against police raids

Ethnic Serbs protest in Kosovo after police arrested several people in one of the Balkans' most tense areas.

Inside Story

What's caused the new flare-up between Serbia and Kosovo'?

Kosovo police have detained several people - including two UN officials - in the Serb-dominated north.

Europe

Serbia-Kosovo tensions: Troops on alert after Mitrovica arrests

Serbian leaders say the officers were sent to intimidate them.

Serbia

Serbian troops on 'combat alert' after arrests by Kosovo police

PM Haradinaj says 'anti-smuggling and organised crime operation' is under way in northern Kosovo.

Serbian troops on 'combat alert' after arrests by Kosovo police

Montenegro

Russian spies found guilty of Montenegro coup attempt

Court found 14 people intended to take over parliament, assassinate PM to set up pro-Russia, anti-NATO leadership.

Russian spies found guilty of Montenegro coup attempt

Opinion

Why is the EU punching below its weight in the Western Balkans?

The EU has the leverage to resolve major Balkan issues, such as the Serbia-Kosovo dispute. Why is it holding back?

Dimitar Bechev

by Dimitar Bechev

Dimitar Bechev

Europe

Thousands rally in Serbia against President Aleksandar Vucic

Ruling party members barricade themselves inside parliament to prevent takeover of power by fascists and thugs.

Thousands rally in Serbia against President Aleksandar Vucic

Inside Story

What legacy did Karadzic and the war leave behind for Bosnia?

Tribunal at The Hague increases jail sentence of former Bosnian Serb leader for genocide and war crimes.

Bosnia

Serb Chetnik gathering in Bosnia's Visegrad raises alarm

Authorities urged to act against far-right movement amid warnings over rise in regional ultra-nationalism.

Serb Chetnik gathering in Bosnia's Visegrad raises alarm

The Listening Post

'One in five million': Protesting Serbia's muzzled media

A look at the disconnect between what's happening on the streets in Belgrade and what's going out on the airwaves.

Europe

Protesters push for opposition, media rights in Serbia

Demonstrations against ruling Serbian Progressive Party call for more freedom for media and opposition parties.