Redrawing borders considered as potential solution to Serbia-Kosovo conflict

bne IntelliNews August 15, 2018

Idea discussed by presidents of Serbia and Kosovo has met with international opposition and criticism from politicians at home.

Over 130mn people watched the World Cup in Central and Eastern Europe

bne IntelliNews August 14, 2018

Almost half the population of the CEE region were glued to their tellies watching the FIFA World Cup between June 14 and July 15 this year. The Russian game against Croatia attracted the biggest TV audience in 20 years.

ALACO DISPATCHES: Erdogan’s embrace of Western Balkans worries EU

Yigal Chazan of Alaco Dispatches August 10, 2018

The controversial Turkish leader has been building economic bridges with the region but is his engagement in its best long-term interests?  

Hydropower rebounds in the Western Balkans

Clare Nuttall in Bucharest August 8, 2018

After a severe drought caused hydropower generation to slump in the Western Balkans last year, the latest data show a sharp rebound in hydroelectricity production in the first half of 2018.

Fears of unrest in Serb-dominated northern Kosovo after Pristina misses critical deadline

bne IntelliNews August 5, 2018

August 4 was the deadline for the Kosovan authorities to establish the Community of Serb Municipalities, an important step in the EU-mediated normalisation process between Belgrade and Pristina.

Belgrade seeks reset in relations with the US

bne IntelliNews July 30, 2018

Events marking the 100th anniversary since the Serbian flag flew over the White House help mend relations still strained by memories of the 1999 Nato bombing of Serbia and Washington's support for Kosovan independence.