Nothing would signal European solidarity more clearly than to see neutral nations apply for NATO membership.
Mujanović establishes a unique and persuasive take on the historical narrative of the Balkans
The European Union is causing problems in its dealings with an increasingly nationalist Serbia. The answers are clear, but the bloc’s diplomats seem unable to grasp them.
The EU must be consistent about its messaging, lest it lose its ability to help build a Europe whole, free, and at peace.
A seemingly trivial dispute over vehicle license plates has triggered serious tension and troop movements in Serbia and Kosovo.
Europe’s Soft Underbelly
The United States and Europe must invest more to help Belgrade and Pristina find common ground
Albin Kurti won a convincing victory in recent elections. But he faces strong headwinds in charting a fresh new course for his country, both domestically and abroad.
Covid-19 is the latest of many emergencies used to amplify propaganda narratives in the region.
The ongoing dialogue is in disarray, with the latest US-brokered agreement between the two sides a mishmash of commitments. The Biden administration needs to coordinate efforts with European allies to present a common agenda if it’s to get Belgrade and Pristina to “yes.”