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The POINT Conference starts with a discussion about the elections in the Balkans during...

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the leading regional annual conference about political responsibility and new technologies - POINT is returning with a new, online...

Mirth reigns after Balkan Facebook Flat Earthers group takes a hit by trolling journalist

Bosnian journalist and blogger Mustafa Sejdinović caused a minor good will sensation in the post-Yugoslav part of the Balkans after he confessed to busting...

Polish Legacy, Balkan Heritage: the Perspective of North Macedonia – online panel

An online public debate organized by two Polish universities will present the legacy of cultural exchange between Poland and North Macedonia and the current...

Epidemy of Lies in the Balkans – online panel discussion organized by Istinomer on...

On the occasion of its 11th birthday, the first fact-checking media outlet in the Balkans region Istinomer will organize the online panel discussion “Epidemy...

The Macedonian journey towards complete agreement with Bulgaria much like firewalking

Bulgaria's refusal to approve EU's negotiating framework for North Macedonia at the meeting of the Foreign Affairs Ministers of EU's member countries i.e. the...

Top songs about Amsterdam by musicians from the region of former Yugoslavia

Since the 1970s musicians from former Yugoslavia (which at the time was one country) have been making songs about Amsterdam. The capital of...

Nikolay Krstev: Bulgaria leads the anti-Bulgarian campaign in Macedonia

Nikolay Krstev, an experienced journalist, a former correspondent of the Bulgarian National Radio (BNR) from Moscow and Belgrade, but also a renowned analyst and...

North Macedonia, Serbia and Albania sign free travel agreements without mandatory COVID-19 tests

North Macedonia, Serbia and Albania agreed to re-initiate free border crossing of their citizens without mandatory COVID-19 PCR tests, as well as free medical...

Bishop’s funeral in Montenegro leads to wider spread of COVID19

The sight of thousands of people waiting to kiss the mortal remains of the Serbian Orthodox Christian bishop Amfilohije Radović in Montenegro caused outrage...
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Keith Brown: Critical thinking demands recognition of one’s own blinkers, prejudices and areas of...

“Balkan history has been shaped by the territorial ambitions and disputes of the last century, and so has become a zero-sum game; it also...

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