Border plan sparks fear in Kosovo's Serb enclaves

World Jan 13, 2019

Border plan sparks fear in Kosovo's Serb enclaves

A possible land swap between Serbia and Kosovo, suggested by their leaders to end one of Europe's most volatile territorial disputes, has sparked concerns that the border could be redrawn along ethnic lines and reignite festering communal animosities. With few details made public, media reports ...

Editorials Dec 3, 2017

Justice in the former Yugoslavia

Verdicts in war crimes trials are vital to remind us that such injustices can and do occur, and that those who commit them will be held accountable for their misdeeds.

Srebrenica survivors say verdict on Karadzic too lenient, too late

World Mar 25, 2016

Srebrenica survivors say verdict on Karadzic too lenient, too late

Survivors of the Srebrenica massacre said the 40-year prison term handed down on Thursday to Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic for war crimes and genocide was not tough enough and came too late. "I am so disappointed," said Bida Smajlovic, 64, who watched a ...