Milorad Dodik, the Serbian member of the tripartite presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is bringing wood to the fire of ethnic divisions, which can push the country back to its violent past.
Despite being convicted of war crimes, the “butcher of Bosnia” continues to be celebrated as a war hero by officials and youth in Serbia and beyond.
The election is the sixth parliamentary poll for Europe's youngest country since 2008, when it declared independence from Serbia.
Hashim Thaci pleads not guilty to war crimes charges in 1990s war against Serbia as he appears at a special international court in The Hague.
The foundation’s decision to award the 2019 Nobel Prize in Literature to the Austrian author has been widely condemned by literary bodies and authors over his past comments on the Bosnian genocide.
Dutch government admits the Netherlands was partially liable for deaths of 350 Muslim males in 1995 who were expelled from a UN base and killed by attacking Serb forces.
Anti-government protests gripped Serbia on a weekend of demonstrations across the Balkans, but can they achieve anything?
President Aleksandar Vucic is accused by the opposition and civil society of having established autocratic rule and total control over media, using them to campaign against opponents.
India has had a stable democracy for its entire existence and an enviable economic growth rate for decades now. As the country spends lavishly on its military, it's important to ask why it consistently fails to reduce human deprivation.
The judgement in Ratko Mladic's trial has not brought catharsis for survivors and victims' families. It has also failed in establishing a greater understanding of the crimes that transpired in Bosnia in the 90s.
Ratko Mladic was charged with 11 counts of genocide including the 1995 slaughter of some 8,000 Muslims in Srebrenica. His verdict by The Hague is being keenly watched in the Balkans.
Acquitted after a four-year trial that ended in 2013, prosecutors hope they can successfully prosecute the two in a bid to establish a judicial link between Belgrade's then-government and the wartime atrocities in Bosnia.
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