Blogs about Kosovo


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Justin Bieber may never know about this: Kosovar and Serbian Beliebers battle. This is a messy story, as messy as the connections of the worldwide web. It’s…


FOR A small country it is a big deal. On September 10th the International Civilian Office (ICO) closed its doors, amid banners proclaiming the …


Mitropolit crnogorsko-primorski Amfilohije kazao je da je Kosovo epicentar sukoba dobra i zla i da je Evropa na Kosmetu bombardovanjem 1999. godine …


MTCowgirl’s Kosovo Blog. This blog is a mixture of personal reflections on what it is like to live in Kosovo and political developments.

Kosovo 2.0 is a Supreme Network Site that will serve as an interactive generator of stories, commentaries and documentations from Kosovo and the world. Kosovo 2.0 aims to fill in the information gap through a portal website that consistently documents and promotes the Kosovar youth, and a magazine that timely captures the rising generation of decision-makers in their current, ever-changing environment. Kosovo 2.0 will be the first state of affairs magazine that engages Kosovars in creating the framework and image through which Kosovo’s youth will be documented locally and represented abroad. Write us at contact@kosovotwopointzero.com

Kosovo authorities have begun an investigation into a suspected mass grave near the northern Kosovo town of Vushtrri. The site, an abandoned coal mine, is thought to contain the bodies of Serb citizens allegedly killed by ethnic Albanians in 1998. This is reportedly the second attempt at exhuming the grave as the work in the first attempt was halted due to a landslide. Kosovo authorities also plan on investigating another suspected grave but it must first be cleared of landmines before work begins.

Typically close neighbors with good political cooperation, Kosovo and Albania appear to be headed to their first disagreement over plans to build a hydro-electric powerplant in the south of Kosovo. Reportedly, Albania is concerned that the Kosovo plant will divert needed water from Albania’s hydro-electric plants and affect their power production.

There are many hopes in Kosovo following the International Court of Justice decision on the declaration of independence. One such hope is that the decision will boost tourism and economic development in Kosovo. I can only hope that tourist who are interested in Kosovo wait until all the road construction is done!!! I can only imagine the first impression of a person traveling to Peja/Pec would have if they left the airport and suddenly find themselves traveling halfway to Peja/Pec down a dusty non-paved road or even more fun, getting stuck in traffic at the monster roundabout at the Mitrovica bridge and Bill Clinton! Kosovo has a LOT of tourism potential but as I have said before, the people here still need to realize the potential and start taking care for their wonderful nature (so that means no more graffiti and throwing trash anywhere you want!!!)

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