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.

Opinion

The Belgrade visit was Putin's gift to Vucic

Putin received a hero's welcome in Belgrade on Thursday, but Vucic was still the biggest winner of the day.

Dimitar Bechev

by Dimitar Bechev

Dimitar Bechev

Serbia

Putin calls for stable Balkans on visit to ally Serbia

Putin will support the region, a day after accusing the West of destabilising the Balkans through NATO membership.

Putin calls for stable Balkans on visit to ally Serbia

Srebrenica

Canada petition seeks ban on Srebrenica genocide denial

Denial of the 1995 genocide in Bosnia has become mainstream among Serbian political and academic circles, analysts say.

Canadians launch petition to ban Srebrenica genocide denial

Serbia

Serbia: Thousands rally against President Aleksandar Vucic

The protests first began in response to the beating-up of an opposition politician in a southern city.

Serbia: Thousands rally against President Aleksandar Vucic

Kosovo

Kosovo and Serbia trade accusations over Kosovo's new army

At Security Council meeting Serbian president called on the UN to 'tame' Kosovo and take on a bigger role in dialogue.

Kosovo and Serbia trade accusations over Kosovo's new army

War Hotels

Holiday Inn Sarajevo: In the Eye of the Siege

How international journalists found themselves in the centre of a bloody conflict they were determined to cover.