Southeastern Europe

20 February 2019
Slovenia Set to Scrap Hydropower Plants on Protected River
Growing opposition to dam projects leaves Balkan countries scrambling to find sustainable energy sources.
 
14 February 2019
Bulgaria Blocks Transfers of Venezuelan Oil Money
Balkan countries are being drawn into the deepening row between U.S. allies and Nicolas Maduro’s regime.
 
13 February 2019
The Agreement Over Macedonia’s Name Is a Glimmer of Hope in Europe

Now that the country has signed its NATO accession agreement and officially changed its name, the United States, among others, should step up to the plate and boost support.

By Jonathan D. Katz, Evelyn Farkas, and Zhikica (Zach) Pagovski
 
8 February 2019
Bosnian Serbs Reopen Srebrenica Probes

The question of responsibility for the greatest atrocity of the Yugoslav wars remains open in the minds of some Serbs.

 
6 February 2019
Romanian Justice Minister Vows to Block EU Appointment of Former Anti-Corruption Prosecutor

Laura Codruta Kovesi is leading candidate for newly created position of EU public prosecutor.

 

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