Kosovo: Impasse at the Border

As Pristina seeks an end to Belgrade-run “parallel structures”, local Serbs insist they will not accept governance from Pristina. Can the EU help settle one of the last major disputes remaining from the Balkan conflicts?

Cedomir Jovanovic: dialogue with Kosovo must continue

03/10/2011

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The LDP leader calls for a change in official policy.
Bloggers debate the danger of new Kosovo clashes

01/10/2011

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Many seek a peaceful approach to Serbia's dealings with Kosovo.
Amid violence, EULEX tries to strengthen rule of law

30/09/2011

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The EU mission comes under pressure from all sides.
Kukan: dialogue, not barricades

29/09/2011

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Violence at the Kosovo border is doing nothing to improve people's lives and can only hold back the EU integration process, EP delegation head Eduard Kukan tells SETimes.
KFOR vows to keep the peace

28/09/2011

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Amid Serb calls for an investigation into Tuesday's violence, NATO peacekeepers insist they were acting in accordance with their mandate.
Serbs, KFOR soldiers injured in clashes at border crossing

27/09/2011

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KFOR and Serb protesters clashed at one of the barricades near the Jarinje border crossing, which Serbs have been blocking to protest of the deployment of Kosovo customs officers.

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