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A Death in Kosovo Stokes Fears and Threatens Peace
President Aleksander Vucic of Serbia made a hastily arranged visit to Kosovo to ease the fears of ethnic Serbs â fears that critics say he has stoked.
Oliver Ivanovic, Moderate Kosovo Serb Leader, Is Killed
The leader of the Citizensâ Initiative Party was shot outside its offices. Known for working across ethnic lines, he also faced war crimes charges.
Worldâs Eyes on Kosovo Amid Push to Halt War Crimes Court
The United States and the European Union have warned lawmakersâ against moves to halt the court before it has even begun work.
E.U. Hoped Balkan Border Deal Would Be Model for Peace. Then It Collapsed.
Croatia refuses to recognize a ruling on its 26-year border dispute with Slovenia, leaving the bloc without a model for conflict resolution for other Western Balkan nations.
Serbiaâs Brand of Reconciliation: Embracing Old War Criminals
Despite the conviction of Gen. Ratko Mladic for war crimes, Serbiaâs collective memory of its role in the Yugoslav civil wars is more forgiving.
7 In-Depth Articles About Ratko Mladic
The Bosnian Serb former general, convicted of war crimes for the slaughter of Bosnian Muslims, has shaped the regionâs image in war and in peace.
Hey, Mark Zuckerberg: My Democracy Isnât Your Laboratory
The worldâs most powerful social media company thinks it can experiment on whomever and whatever it wants.
Judge Rejects Bid to Delay Verdict for Ratko Mladic in Bosnian Genocide
The verdict is scheduled for Nov. 22. Lawyers for Mr. Mladic, 75, insist his health is too poor for him to appear in court.
A Night in Belgrade With an Undercover Crowd Monitor: âTry to Act Casualâ
Next Yearâs World Cup will be the first with an anti-discrimination monitor at every match. A Times reporter spent an evening with one at a testy game in the Balkans to see how a tough job gets done.
As China Moves In, Serbia Reaps Benefits, With Strings Attached
Chinaâs leader promised the poor Balkan nation jobs, cash and investments, but its âOne Belt, One Roadâ initiative is on a collision course with E.U. projects.
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