As the European Union looks inward, countries promised accession to the bloc find themselves left in the cold.
Serbian threats towards Kosovo are a challenge to regional security. So far European countries and the US have failed to take heed.
Allowed to fester for more than a decade, an emboldened Serb nationalism seeks to exert its power in a region that has not fully recovered from the words of the 1990s.
While Russia and Turkey have shown willingness to keep building their ties, the two nations may face limitations due to their divergence in foreign policy.
The move comes after Kosovo deployed police to the area after its government last Monday decided to require drivers with Serbian registration plates to put on temporary ones when entering Kosovo.
President Rumen Radev reappoints incumbent caretaker premier Stefan Yanev to lead interim administration until new government is formed.
The resolutions set forward by the Bosniak elite at the time serve as an example of courage, morality and empathy that people across the region can learn from today.
During his first official visit to Montenegro, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Ankara is among the top 10 countries that invest the most in the Balkan country.
In an extraordinary session, the parliament voted 104-7 to discharge the president with three abstentions. The final approval lies with Albania’s Constitutional Court within three months.
PM Mario Draghi wanted to propose at May 24 summit that EU make a deal with Libya to offer financial aid in exchange for hosting refugees, local media had reported.
Fast-tracking Balkan NATO enlargement would help the US anchor a slipping Bosnia and Kosovo.
A new proposal to redraw borders in the Balkans is causing a heated discussion with some believing it may be just what the region needs.
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