The conundrums of forgiveness and apology require a sustained debate – founded on mutual recognition, regardless of ethnicity – that involves often neglected and maligned voices.
The BBC has a video profile of a quirky 12-year-old Serbian boy with a knack for contrarian views in Belgrade.
Biljana Kovacevic Vuco was one of a small group of intellectuals and public figures who opposed the regime of late Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic and the wars he waged in Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Kosovo in the 1990s.
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) was designed to deliver justice. But many war crimes victims want it to provide therapy as well.
The war crimes trial of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic resumed in The Hague today. Karadzic, who is conducting his own defense, faced the first of many prosecution witnesses brought to support charges of genocide and crimes against humanity.
Few former U.S. military leaders have more direct experience with the Balkans than Wesley Clark, who was NATO’s supreme allied commander in Europe during the Kosovo crisis.
Serbia's Romany community marked World Roma Day by noting there has been improvement in their status, but that more needs to be one to provide them with health care, education, and jobs.
Police in Australia say they are searching for a Serbian war crimes suspect who has apparently gone missing after an Australian court approved his extradition to Croatia.
The Serbian parliament's condemnation of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre has been welcomed by the European Union and rights activists -- but dismissed by some survivors.
The European Union and the United States have welcomed a Serbian declaration apologizing for the Srebrenica massacre, with the EU calling it an "important step forward."
The Serbian National Register for Internet Domain Names has announced that after 21 years, the Internet website domain ".yu" -- representing the former Yugoslavia -- has become obsolete and been discontinued.
Relatives of the victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre have lost their bid in a Dutch court to sue the United Nations for compensation.