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By Novica Mihajlović, Journalist

The Green Deal is a Big Deal

The number of climate change sceptics has fallen dramatically over the last year. Last August saw large...

By Dejan Azeski, Jurnalist

“Greening” Without Enthusiasm

Certain progress has been achieved over the past two years when it comes to advancing the Green Agenda in North Macedonia, as is particularly...

By Željka Radulović, Journalist

Much Talk, Few “Green” Policies

A whopping 32 and a half years have elapsed since Montenegro was first declared an ecological state. And yet, just like that first day,...

By Adriano Milovan, Journalist

Carelessness is Costly

It was almost 15 years ago that a huge dump appeared suddenly in the vicinity of the village of Biljani Donji near Croatia’s fifth...

By Armin Zeba, Journalist

Chimney in the Lungs

According to research conducted by the World Health Organization and other institutions of global importance, Bosnia & Herzegovina is Europe’s most polluted country, while...

By Geri Kolgega, Journalist

Rivers don’t Forgive

When it emerged from the challenging communist era back in 1991, Albania set its sights on Western democracy and a future aligned with Europe....

Olivér Várhelyi, European Commissioner For Neighbourhood And Enlargement

Growth plan

We believe that, with this new model, we can integrate the Western Balkans into our Single Market faster, even prior to full EU membership....

Geri Kolgega, Journalist

Fostering Regional Cooperation

Albania has been following and maintaining a standard when it comes to regional cooperation, as a country that’s always among the first to adopt...

Armin Zeba, Journalist and Editor

Potential Awaiting Realisation

The issue of regional economic cooperation has been discussed in Bosnia-Herzegovina for decades. In declarative terms, everyone favours the strengthening of this kind of...

Adriano Milovan, Journalist

Interests Form The Basis Of Cooperation

The term “Western Balkans” was coined in diplomatic circles during the mid-90s, when proposals for the stabilisation of the territory of the former Yugoslavia...

Idro Seferi, Journalist

Navigating Regional Challenges

Despite challenges, the economy of Kosovo* has made notable strides in recent years. The country’s young people and educated are its engine and workforce...

Nada Stojanović, Journalist

Love At Arm’s Length

Despite the praise heaped on Montenegro, when the time comes to “add and subtract” the real balance of progress towards the European Union, it...

Dejan Azeski, Journalist

Great, But Not (Yet) Working

North Macedonians, as irredeemable Yugoslavs, welcomed the idea of the region’s reunification (albeit only on an economic basis) with open arms. Although the majority...

Novica Mihajlović, Journalist

A Scandinavia-like Balkans? Why Not?

If you were to enter into Google the words ‘Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina and war’, this American creation and global tool for searching...
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