Human Rights

Fleeing Romanians: Who Clipped Their Wings in Mid Flight?

Romanian “border jumpers” tried to flee the Communist regime, often paying with their lives. After 26 years, this issue remains a black hole in the history of the country 

European Union

Albania, the justice reform

The justice reform, approved on July 21st, amends as many as 45 articles of the Albanian Constitution. Citizens, however, still know little about it

 

Economy

Squeezing blood out of a turnip

The support of the Ministry of Agriculture with grants for farmers in Kosovo has not produced the desired result. Often leading to abuses and injustice. An investigation

Environment

Serbia promisses clean, while investing into dirty energy

Serbia has taken a commitment to produce energy from renewable sources, but it is building a new block of Kostolac B thermal power plant which will be using lignite coal

Media

Serbia, censorship according to Aleksandar Vučić

An exhibition organised by the Serbian Progressive Party of Prime Minister Vučić tries to counter criticism about censorship in the Serbian media. The effect, however, is that of a blacklist

Migration

Fleeing Romanians: Who Clipped Their Wings in Mid Flight?

Romanian “border jumpers” tried to flee the Communist regime, often paying with their lives. After 26 years, this issue remains a black hole in the history of the country 

Justice

Albania, the justice reform

The justice reform, approved on July 21st, amends as many as 45 articles of the Albanian Constitution. Citizens, however, still know little about it