Balkan Insight reports on the reinvigoration of the Albanian Issues Caucus in the US Senate, which played an important role during the Kosovo Liberation War. With increasing uncertainty about the White House’s Balkan policy, the caucus will push for more clarity from the government.
In an opinion piece on Balkan Insight, Ivana Jordanovska explains how politicians from Albania, Serbia, and Bulgaria are using the Macedonian crisis for their own internal political gain.
Voice of America analyses the political crisis in Macedonia and warns for a spill-over effect in neighboring Kosovo.
Scottish charity worker David Brown may be released after serving 11 years in prison based on what now appears to be false testimonies of child abuse.
An article by Giovanni Masini published in Occhi della Guerra relates the recent story of the surge in cannabis cultivation, the “boomerang” of Lazarat, and a police “paralyzed by corruption.”
In a groundbreaking court ruling, the Dutch Court in Assen has ruled that the Dutch Oil Company (NAM) is responsible for both material and immaterial damage caused by the earthquakes that have resulted from oil and gas drilling in the north-east of the Netherlands. According to press judge Biesma, “this is not only a matter […]
The New York Times has published an article on the people who disappeared during the communist period, and how efforts to find them continue to prove difficult.
The German media outlet Deutsche Welle has covered the opposition protests of this weekend, and noticed the concern of the EU and OSCE for free elections.
The Telegraph reports that US President Donald Trump’s choice for US representative to the EU, Ted Malloch, has suggested that Greece could still leave the Eurozone.
AFP reports that the Albanian police has dismantled a major human trafficking network, arresting 18 people.