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

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

Kosovo

Victims of largest mass killing in Kosovo remembered

On April 27, 1999, Serbian forces killed 376 ethnic Albanian Muslims and Catholics in Meja as they sought refuge.

'They took him from my hands': Kosovo War massacre remembered

Kosovo

Remembering NATO's bombing in Kosovo 20 years later

Kosovars remember air raids to remove Milosevic's forces as moment filled with both fear and spirit of liberation.

20 years after NATO bombing campaign, mixed sentiments in Kosovo

Kosovo

Victims of 1999 Kosovo village massacre remembered

Survivors and relatives remember the 45 people killed in an assault that led to NATO intervention.

'Memories still fresh': Villagers remember 1999 Racak massacre

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

Europe

Kosovo approves new army despite Serbia opposition

Parliament votes to create a 5,000-strong standing army, asserting its statehood in a move that has angered Serbia.

Kosovo approves new army despite Serbia opposition

Serbia

PM suggests Serbia could intervene if Kosovo sets up full army

Kosovo's parliament is set to vote on December 14 on transforming its 4,000-strong defence force into a regular army.

PM suggests Serbia could intervene if Kosovo sets up full army

Opinion

The Kosovo quandary is a win for Russia

Russia is stepping in as the EU and the US are failing in their efforts to resolve the Kosovo-Serbia dispute.

Dimitar Bechev

by Dimitar Bechev

Dimitar Bechev

Kosovo

Kosovo tense as Serbian president visits after cancelling talks

Improved relations between the two countries are required for their EU ascension but it's 'a long road full of thorns'.

Europe

Serbia and Kosovo presidents cancel EU-brokered talks

After separate meetings with both leaders, the EU's foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini says 'difficulties remain'.

Serbia and Kosovo presidents cancel EU-brokered talks

Europe

Kosovo-Serbia land swap may reignite tensions in Balkans

Serbia and Kosovo are considering a land swap deal, 20 years after a war between the two.

Opinion

Bosnia and Herzegovina is Andalusia in the making

The land swap between Kosovo and Serbia will inevitably lead to another disaster in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Emir Suljagic

by Emir Suljagic

Emir Suljagic