2014-11-13Political analysts expect the pro-European coalition will win the upcoming parliamentary election in Moldova.
2013-08-27Analysts say Lazar Krstic, a 29-year-old Yale University graduate, must learn to navigate the Serbian political landscape.
2013-08-03Although one of the coalition partners is leaving the government, new elections that would slow Serbia's European path will be avoided.
2013-06-27Wiretapping charges against a former interior minister and on-going social and political unrest could lead to a negative EU assessment about the rule of law, fight against corruption and organised crime in the country.
2013-06-05Data shows that the majority of Serbs do not want to participate in politics and distrust political institutions.
2013-06-04The concept could transform the traditional police reactive service into a service that is more beneficial to citizens and minority groups, experts say.
2013-06-03The new government in Bulgaria will focus on economic recovery and stability.
2013-05-25Some say the Organisation of the Islamic Countries' values are not in line with Kosovo.
2013-04-12In advance of this week's progress report, Fule calls upon government and opposition to overcome recent political crisis.
2013-03-14The caretaker government took office on Wednesday.
2013-03-08Some of the demands raised by protesters in Bulgaria could be harmful for the country's economy, Bulgarian EU Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva warned.
2013-02-28The political crisis in Chisinau could endanger Moldova's efforts to join the EU.
2012-12-28Political parties in Albania blame each other for failing to get EU candidate status.
2012-12-04Analysts and citizens say the coalition will hold, but is not addressing the issues it was elected to tackle.
2012-10-16Moldova follows a regional trend of countries trying to come to terms with their troubled Communist past, but the Communist Party claims banning its symbols is an attack on the main political opposition.
2012-10-02The Republika Srpska ruling party's talk of independence during the election campaign is meant to stir up sentiments.
2012-09-17Golden Dawn capitalises on an anti-immigrant stance, but many Greeks refuse to accept the party.
2012-09-05President Arifete Jahjaga affirmed she will carry out her five-year term and appealed to the political party leaders to sort out their differences over the April 2011 agreement.
2012-08-31Greek artists use graffiti to express their political views.
2012-08-10The transfer of Serbian MPs from the opposition into ruling caucuses is nothing new, but in the current parliament convocation entire parties have switched sides.
In order to improve tourism capacity, co-operation and cultural understanding, the two countries have joined together on several projects