Active negotiation between Albania's governing Socialist Party and the opposition Democratic Party has not only ended the country’s electoral crisis but may invigorate disillusioned young voters.
President Aleksandar Vucic has nominated Ana Brnabic to be the country’s next PM.
The country is locked in a tense political crisis after an inconclusive election opened old ethnic strife.
Serbia's Defense Minister Zoran Djordjevic said Russia would provide his country with free jets, tanks and armored vehicles as Moscow seeks to increase its Balkans influence.
The country’s two main parties have been in a deadlock since December's elections.
Populism in the region echoes that in the U.S. but weaker institutional safeguards risk great autocracy and corruption.
Balkan diplomacy falls prey to the peril of holiday gift giving.
The anti-corruption activists have protested every day since April.
The mayor says he is tired of people calling Pazardzhik "the city of burqas."
Every year on January 6, men from towns and villages across the country gather by the nearest lake, stream or sea and prepare to mark Bogojavlenie
Migrants began streaming into Slovenia last Friday, when Hungary closed its border with Croatia.
The migration crisis is fanning old tensions in the Balkans, prompting a war of words in a region where bloody memories run deep.
Serbia's press has branded the Croatian PM an "idiot" and a "madman."
Germany currently has 94,000 applications for asylum from citizens of "safe" Balkan countries.
Serbia declared three days of national mourning and reported another death in the worst rainfall to hit the Balkan region in living memory.