Alan Crosby is a senior correspondent for RFE/RL.
Trying to come back from a sexual assault scandal that caused a prestigious Nobel from not being awarded, the Swedish Academy has a new problem with its new choice for the award.
Hashtags and outrage fly after Serbia's prime minister controversially describes Kosovo's leaders as people who "literally came out of the woods" and some of whom "are terrorists."
A Kosovar who lost three brothers is helping to launch a campaign against the early release of a former high-ranking Serbian official who is serving a sentence for war crimes.
Bulgaria's "undisputed media mogul" is the focus of national attention as he runs for the European Parliament -- even though he hasn't been seen for two years.
Story weaving traditional dance and forbidden love pushed the boundaries in Orthodox-dominated Georgia, got a reception on the French Riviera.
Milorad Dodik's comments on army uniforms raise fears that nationalism is back in style.
The Kremlin's audacious role in the Montenegro coup at the center of this week's convictions highlights the European Union's lack of focus on a region hoping for accession.
Among themselves, ethnic Albanians can say it, and often do. But a Serbian minister has crossed a line by using a slang word referring to them.
Georgian political party's church ordains priests to allow them a way out of conscription.
Changing times: North Macedonia has a new name and its first female candidate in a presidential election.
"I'm coming for you!" Russian hockey player warns compatriot after NHL fight injures his younger brother.
The Serbian president has expressed solidarity with France while the press aligned with him fans the flames of nationalism over the Notre Dame blaze.
In Bosnia's Serb entity, it's perfectly legal to film police officers on the job. For now.
Enraged Armenian Prime Minister Pashinian demands that heads roll after finding a dirty flag at a customs facility.
Bosnia-Herzegovina sends a "very bad signal" to Europe with its failure to appoint new representatives to Council of Europe delegation.
While Russia, the European Union, and the United States jockey for position in Balkans, Beijing lends its way into the mix.
Montenegro faces possible fines for the incident and could be handed a sentence of a partial or full stadium closure for the team's next Euro 2020 qualifier in June against Kosovo.
Darko Laketic says the Western military alliance's use of depleted uranium remains a growing concern 20 years after the bombing of Yugoslavia.
U.S. Attorney General Barr took two days to sum up a 22-month special counsel probe on whether President Donald Trump's campaign conspired with Russia during the 2016 election.
Politicians have moved from the background to the forefront in an escalation of protests against the Serbian president.