In heart of European economic malaise is a generation suffering Bosnian youth unemployment
Balkan Nations articles on Democracy Chronicles
The Balkan Nations in Eastern and Southeastern Europe are in a key region to watch in regard to the progress of world democracy. The struggle for democracy in the countries of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, the Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Slovenia is covered here. Also see our separated out articles on Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia. And be sure to check out our section on World Democracy.
Politically charged Montenegro fresco hung in local church has ignited political firestorm history dredging up painful episodes from violence of 20th century
Backsliding on basic human rights is a growing crisis across modern Europe as many minorities face increasing persecution across the divided continent
Power in Albania takes major step to democracy with peaceful transition to once opposition party
With the lessons of the country’s recent past, the government must embrace the growing diversity of opinion and culture that advancing technology inevitably brings and will continue to bring.
Croatia enters EU bringing tens of thousands out to celebrate historic day of unity on continent
Montenegro pro-Europe party supporting further deep reforms to move towards European Union allies
Slovenia President has survived the financial crisis but troubles at home and abroad beckon
Film on Bosnia War, History of Activism as Angelina Jolie Given Special Guest Status in Serbia With Brad Pitt by Her Side Amid Latest Global Charity Push
Japanese Music Contest’s Challenge to Existing Institutions Compared With Arab Spring and the Theory That Music Elections Aid the Democratization Movement