Southeastern Europe

Kosovo Serb woman. Creative Commons
26 August 2008
My Town is My Castle Premium
Hope vies with unease as Kosovo embarks on a sweeping local-autonomy plan.
By Delfin Pllana
 
25 August 2008
A Continental Fight Against Hatred Premium
Nations must take a harder line in combating crimes against ethnic and sexual minorities.
By Thomas Hammarberg
 
© UNHCR/Y.Mechitov/August 2008
21 August 2008
Building Homes, not Just Refuges Premium
It’s not too early to plan for the return and resettlement of those displaced by the latest Caucasus conflict.
By Anneke Smit
 
8 August 2008
All for One Premium
For Kosovo and its neighbors economic cooperation is the fastest route to stability.
By TOL
 
5 August 2008
Farewell to a King Premium
The brilliant life of Saban Bajramovic, Serbia’s king of Romani music, ends in the shadows.
By Igor Jovanovic
 
European Commission photo
1 August 2008
Europe’s Shame Premium
Italy’s treatment of the Roma exposes the continent’s worst trait, and the EU’s inaction.
By TOL
 
29 July 2008
Road to Destruction Premium
Romanian environmentalists are up in arms over a road that may threaten one of Europe’s last pristine forested regions.
By Claudia Ciobanu
 

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