Nato summit: they make a desert, and call it peace
The re-militarisation of the West comes with major costs, writes Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
After Ukraine, are the Balkans next?
Talk of war has returned to the former Yugoslavia, reports Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
Is Bosnia breaking up?
Vladimir Unkovski-Korica explains the newest crisis in the Balkans
Radical left and anti-capitalist breakthrough in Croatia elections
Despite left gains, early elections paid off for the ruling centre-right party, writes Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
Imperial undertones of Trump’s hurried deal for the Balkans
The US President is hoping that he can broker a Serbia-Kosovo deal ahead of the November elections, writes Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
We need to talk about Nato: an imperialist war machine
Ahead of the Nato Summit in London on 3 December, Sweta Choudhury busts the myths that portray Nato as a force for peace
Kosovo elections: Vetëvendosje on the edge of power
The 6th October poll was won by Albin Kurti's party but whether there will be a rupture with the last 30 years in Kosovo is not yet clear, argues Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
Nato and the new imperialism
Written in June 1999, John Rees explains why the war in the Balkans was not about the plight of refugees but part of Nato’s expansion. It wanted to dominate the Balkans and eastern Europe as well as control the oil rich areas of the Caspian Sea
Serbia's spring in October
Written in 2000, Lindsey German analyses the Serbian revolution and NATO's bombing of Yugoslavia which began 20 years ago today
Left advances in Serbia: news from the protest frontlines
The left has to engage with mass movements but to maintain an independent profile, argues Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
Students protest in Albania: internationalist alternatives in the Balkans
Students in Albania are protesting, and the solidarity pouring in from across the Balkans shows the possibility for internationalist alternatives, argues Kevin Ovenden
Macedonia's failed referendum: a disaster for the EU and Nato
The failed referendum in the small Balkan state represents a major upset for the West, argues Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
Tensions in the Balkans: is Serbia preparing to recognise Kosovo?
The Serbian President’s rhetoric since July 2017 has been suggestive of a compromise deal – but, argues Vladimir Unkovski-Korica, the future is still uncertain
The Economic Struggle for Power in Tito's Yugoslavia - book review
Vladimir Unkovski-Korica locates the roots of Yugoslavia’s bloody collapse in the ‘market socialism’ of the Tito years
Rapidly decreasing middle ground: the Balkans and the Trump Effect
Southeastern Europe is far from exempt from post-neoliberal global convulsions, observes Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
Breaking Bosnia's deadlock
The imperial powers are once again at loggerheads in the Balkans. Dragan Plavsic argues for a decisive response from the left
Serbian elections: more of the same?
Serbia's prime minister will not have much opposition in parliament, though it may prove more difficult to implement his policies, writes Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
Serbia: workers resist neoliberal attack on their rights
Workers in Serbia have taken to the streets to defend their rights in the largest protest movement since the beginning of the global financial crisis writes Pavle Ilic of Marks21
The people’s uprising: a break with Dayton Bosnia?
Bosnia and Hercegovina has begun to clear up the wreckage left after some of the worst unrest for years. Andreja Zivkovic reports