Demonstrations against a law related to new license plates for ethnic Serbs in Kosovo led to gunfire on Sunday, leading to concerns that the violence could escalate further.
Brussels supports Kyiv’s battle against Russia, but gaining full membership to the bloc could take years. Is there another way to bind Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia to Europe?
In subway stations and apartment buildings, artists are playing Bach, Vivaldi and folk songs.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is on the brink of breaking up.
Mark Mazower’s “The Greek Revolution” examines a century-old event that continues to reverberate today.
It was the first time in the three decades of the tribunal’s history that officials in the wartime Serbian government were found guilty of playing a role in atrocities in neighboring countries.
The confirmation of the verdict against the Bosnian Serb former commander, convicted in 2017 of crimes against humanity for his role in the Balkan wars, closes a grim chapter in European history.
A lighthearted suggestion by a U.S. envoy hoping to bridge a vast rift between Albanians and Serbs in Kosovo has taken on a life of its own — only to be ridiculed by local residents on both sides.
E.U. leaders are still learning to navigate a world ever more dangerous for them, while relations with the United States grow more and more awkward.
Zoran Zaev changed North Macedonia’s name to allow it to join NATO and apply to the European Union. But he faces coalition talks after failing to win a majority in Wednesday’s election.
A match on the Adria Tour, an exhibition circuit organized by Novak Djokovic in the Balkans, was canceled on Sunday after a player tested positive for the coronavirus.