A Bosnian court decision sets an important precedent for civilian victims of the 1990s wars.
EU and U.S. hail Tbilisi’s peace plan for Abkhazia and South Ossetia, but Sukhumi is not impressed.
One individual, living in Oregon, was the first woman found guilty of war crimes related to the conflict in Bosnia.
Riga makes Latvian the only language of instruction in high schools, triggering accusations of violating minority rights from the Russian parliament.
An unpublished report based on an analysis of leaked Kremlin emails reveals the Russian government’s hybrid warfare tactics in Ukraine, some of which are applied in the West as well.
Russian aggression in Eastern Europe is fueling fears among NATO allies, but the White House and Warsaw have been talking missile deals for a decade.
More than 100 suspected intelligence agents to be expelled as U.S., Canada, Ukraine join Britain and most of the EU.
As the centennial of the “Great Union” approaches, the issue continues to divide people on both sides of the border.
Contentious remarks during a visit of the Russian Orthodox patriarch to Sofia brought into question aspects of Bulgaria’s centuries-old, love-hate relationship with Russia.
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