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Many fear the idea of a land swap will destabilize the Western Balkans.
Serbian leader vows to continue the fight “not to lose everything.”
The World Cup points to Balkan issues that could still muddle European integration.
Disputes over homes and land continue to aggravate relations between the Albanian majority and others.
Western Balkan countries can expect little more than the usual bland jargon at upcoming summit in Bulgaria.
The move could bring locals one step closer to visa-free traveling within the Schengen zone.
U.S. support of coal in Kosovo contradicts future health and prosperity.
Serbia reacts angrily after Edi Rama speaks of one day uniting his country and Kosovo under a single president.
On 17 February, the youngest state born from the dissolution of Yugoslavia marked 10 years of independence.