Russia’s war on Ukraine is changing European politics. But it would be complacent to think that the war will do away with pro-Putin illiberals.
Nothing would signal European solidarity more clearly than to see neutral nations apply for NATO membership.
Russia’s threats against Ukraine have helped reveal its sympathizers in south-eastern Europe There’s a lot of them.
Just as 2021 was drawing to its close, protestors blocked major roads in Serbia. They opposed laws perceived as benefiting global mining corporations.
The risks run by Serbian news journalists are high, while the likelihood of justice is low.
Thousands of Serbs have demonstrated in recent weeks against a new lithium mine and its enablers in the authoritarian government.
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.
Division and even armed conflict are a growing possibility in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Not for the first time, Russia is heavily implicated
The EU must be consistent about its messaging, lest it lose its ability to help build a Europe whole, free, and at peace.