2014-02-03Opinions are divided on how Serbia's early parliamentary elections will affect the country's EU accession pace, implementation of reforms and negotiations with Kosovo.
2014-01-27A newly implemented court network will improve the pace of judicial proceedings by spreading cases more evenly among judges, experts say.
2013-10-22A documentary film starring six youths from the region shows the power of understanding and tolerance.
2013-08-31Momcilo Krajisnik proposed he be freed to serve in the reconciliation process in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
2013-08-12Analysts say extremism can be avoided by improving the inter-religious dialogue and by remaining mindful of societal factors that often lead to conflict.
2013-07-05The prime minister greeted the Balkans in a recent speech, but not everyone was flattered.
2013-06-13Bridging generational, ethnic and political divides, singer Djordje Balasevic brings fans in the former Yugoslav countries together.
2013-05-15Some Serbian priests joined north Kosovo Serbs in a protest last week.
2013-04-01The most recent ICTY war crimes judgement points to Serbia's involvement in the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
2013-01-04Regional countries are asking Serbian authorities to broaden their investigation into tycoon Miodrag Miskovic.
2012-12-22Bloggers are relieved that the government is finally tackling shady privatisations, which they perceive as the root of organised crime.
2012-12-14As nationalism rises in Serbia, a group of activists remember those slain with a message of empathy and co-operation.
2012-12-13Serbian police arrested one of the wealthiest people in Serbia, Miroslav Miskovic, on suspicion of manipulation during the privatisation of road companies.
2012-10-17Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in a speech, describes the UN Security Council's stance on strife in neighbouring Syria as "negligence."
2012-10-06While some consider former Serbia President Slobodan Milosevic a defender and his family unjustly exiled, most bloggers said they wish the family would stay away.
2012-09-22Many view the election as a government-opposition dance which benefits the political parties rather than citizens, but some are hopeful of positive changes.
2012-09-03The biggest activist event in the Balkans will soon host its first conference on Internet activism in Lebanon.
2012-08-25A split in the Democratic Party poses questions whether Serbia's new opposition can act without reforming itself.
2012-08-14While new social measures are in the making in Serbia, citizens' reactions are divided.
2012-08-03While Exit is largely known as a four-day music festival, it also retains its activist roots and continues to promote progressive ideas.
A new report recommends reform of the justice system to tackle corruption in energy deals.