The days at hand belong to those nations that seize the moment.
President Joe Biden must prevent the return of injustice in the Balkans.
The Nobel Peace Prize is not just something you hang on your wall. It is an award for builders of peace and democracy, not merchants of violence and war.
Two two Balkan nations signed a historic economic cooperation agreement earlier this month, as part of a push for a full peace deal.
Vuk Jeremic said none of the outstanding issues between Belgrade and Pristina had been addressed.
"A truly historic day, a very, very important day, especially in a beautiful part of the world" President Donald Trump announced.
A White House summit planned for Saturday between Kosovo's President Hashim Thaci and Serbia's President Aleksandar Vucic was postponed on Thursday, one day after Thaci's indictment on war came charges became public.
Starlink is a project that involves sending thousands of mass-produced satellites into orbit with the aim of providing high-speed internet coverage across the globe.
These are the latest seemingly American pages to be taken down after it was revealed they were run from Eastern Europe.
After being banned from Hungary, a far-right millionaire who has supported President Donald Trump has set his sights on the Balkans.
How a territorial dispute can make your clocks slow down.
The chief prosecutor of a war crimes court investigating atrocities in Kosovo has said state department is making him leave his job at short notice and with no successor.
Every country in the Islamic world was outraged, except one.
Engel has strong foreign policy opinions this territory likes.
The assault on USAID–backed soft-power agencies has been ignored by Trump and Tillerson.
Populism in the region echoes that in the U.S. but weaker institutional safeguards risk great autocracy and corruption.
Police say the suspects planned "synchronized terror attacks" in Kosovo and against the Israeli football team.
The Syrian civil war presents a perfect storm, with Assad, Russia and Iran as the antagonists.
The U.S. used "enhanced interrogation" (torture) of innocent civilians with little or no connection to terrorist organizations.
Serbia's prime minister-elect says Belgrade will take legal action against the decision.
The suspects were allegedly active on social media groups connected to the Islamic State militant group (ISIS).
The two countries are due to play politically-sensitive Euro 2016 qualifier Thursday night.
As the Balkans sees a flood of refugees fleeing into Europe, a belated rapprochement between Belgrade and Prishtina.