Regions / Serbia
The groundbreaking court brought many of the war's worst criminals to justice, but more is needed to heal the region's deep divisions.
In 1990, the large national debt, stagnation, and Serbian nationalism threatened to tear apart the Yugoslav state.
Despite the fallout in Ukraine, several Balkan countries are angling to join NATO — and freely misinforming their publics to get there.
A new documentary offers a James Bond-like look at the trials and tribulations of globetrotting human rights investigators.
The countries of the former Warsaw Pact are not knuckling under to pressure from Russia. They're trying to avoid a new cold war.
Oxford professor Richard Caplan examines the challenges of exiting from state-building operations.
Nearly 8,000 Muslims were massacred in Srebrenica between July 11 and 13, 1995.
Despite a worldwide reduction in poverty, the economic situation of Roma in East-Central Europe has declined.
A Syrian national who fought in Bosnia and now languishes in an immigration detention center reflects on the Bosnian war, his predicament, and the civil war in Syria.
It’s time for the United States to examine how its own foreign policy promotes genocide, and take the actions necessary to curb it.