Concerns about the region becoming increasingly unstable and fractured are real and legitimate.
The vote is seen as a close race between Janez Jansa's Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS) and the environmentalist Freedom Movement, led by Robert Golob, which wants more investment in renewable energy and greater transparency in state institutions.
Honey can flow in landscapes with dismal histories. But what futures are forecast in the honey’s waning from the wilds?
Finding solace in apiaries since Bosnia’s war and the troubled peace.
Some 6.5 million voters are choosing the president, a new parliament and local authorities in the capital, Belgrade, and over a dozen other towns and municipalities.
EU's foreign policy chief Borrell appealed to the responsibility of the political leaders in Bosnia and Herzegovina "to prevent the country from breaking up".
Hungary is a country that doesn’t quite fit the mould of most European countries linguistically and culturally, but it does have a lot in common with Turkic history.
Washington will continue to impose sanctions on individuals who engage in corruption and “sow divisions” in the Balkan nation, Samantha Power, the administrator of the USAID said.
Some prominent Ottoman-era travellers vividly captured vampire epidemics and witch fights in travelogues centuries before Western literature popularised them.
Some members of Bulgaria’s Turkish minority hope to draw global attention to human rights violations committed by the country’s authoritarian rulers against Turks in the 1980s.
Author Tharik Hussain discusses how his travels to the Balkans shed light on issues like identity and belonging, the roots of Islamophobia, and the European fear of the ‘Turks’.
'I take responsibility for the defeat in the local elections,' says Zoran Zaev.
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