Kosovo

Four things to know about Kosovo's snap elections

Europe's youngest country holds fourth parliamentary poll since independence from Serbia.

All you need to know about Kosovo's snap parliamentary elections

Kosovo

The painful process of identifying Kosovo's dead

Forensic efforts to identify remains from 1998-1999 war, which involve reopening graves, draw support and resistance.

International Day of the Disappeared: Finding Kosovo's missing

Opinion

Why Kosovo keeps extending blind support to Israel

And why its hopes for recognition from Israel keep getting crushed.

Denijal Jegic

by Denijal Jegic

Denijal Jegic

Europe

Kosovo disbands parliament amid political crisis

New election likely within six weeks but no single political grouping is expected to win a clear majority.

Crisis-hit Kosovo disbands parliament

The Listening Post

Rewriting Yugoslav history: Serbian war criminals-turned authors

Historical revisionism in former Yugoslavia and how inmates have gone from convicted war criminals to published authors.

Kosovo

Kosovo PM resigns before questioning by a Hague-based court

Ramush Haradinaj agreed to questioning by a court probing crimes against ethnic Serbs during and after the 1998-99 war.

Kosovo PM resigns before questioning by a Hague-based court

Kosovo

Kosovo is trying to reintegrate ISIL returnees. Will it work?

In April, 110 Kosovars - mostly women and children - returned on a US military aircraft from a Syrian camp.

Kosovo is trying to reintegrate ISIL returnees. Will it work?

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

Witness

Patriotic Highway: A Tale of Justice and Corruption in Kosovo

A Swedish judge in Kosovo takes on EULEX's largest corruption case and fights to keep politics out of her courtroom.

Europe

Kosovo raids spark anger, division in Mitrovica

Serbs feel targeted by authorities in the northern city, where a river separates them from ethnic Albanians.

Kosovo raids spark anger, division in Mitrovica

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

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