Balkan Insight is moving to a new platform with an all-new look and feel.
At one end of Prishtina’s pedestrian Mother Teresa Boulevard stands a burned out building covered in scaffolding. Known as Union Hotel, it is one of the few examples of Austro-Hungarian style architecture in Kosovo.
Seeking state arts and culture funding in Bosnia? Best make sure your project has a distinct Serb, Croat or Bosniak flavour first.
While thousands demonstrate against harsh cuts, government says failure to change system will jeopardise vital IMF deal.
The region is moving on when it comes to perceptions of the past, with new history texts trying to broaden people’s understanding of bitter controversies.
Producers spy profitable opportunity in Western Europe’s expanding appetite for goods for foods grown without chemicals.
Contrary to the stereotypical view of the Roma community as beggars and criminals, many Bulgarian Roma have carved out a legitimate and successful life overseas - but the lure of home and family means they keep strong ties with their roots.Boryana Dzhambazova
15 September 2010 A growing number of Serbians are turning to loans in local currency, in a bid to shield themselves from the foreign currency risk presented by the dinar’s downward spiral since the start of this year and to take advantage of the government’s soft loan programme, local commercial banks confirm.
07 September 2010 Belgrade officials say they support a draft bill which could lure movie producers to the country and generate major economic benefits. So why is it sitting in bureaucratic limbo while Serbia loses millions of dollars?