Židas Daskalovski writes on Macedonian, Serbian and Bulgarian affairs for CER.
3 July 2000
Forging a New Kosovo
Albanian scholar Isa Blumi talks with CER about Kosovo's future and the forging of Kosovo's identity.
19 June 2000
EU expansion eastward is an exercise in subtle racism with colonialist undertones.
17 April 2000
Get Your Kitsch off!
Macedonian actress Labina Mitevska rails against the vulgarity of American film in an exclusive interview for CER.
13 March 2000
The Bulgarian Constitutional Court ruled by a vote of nine to three to outlaw the ethnic Macedonian party OMO-Ilinden-PIRIN—a decision that may violate a number of basic human rights principles.
6 March 2000
The Triple Burden
Most of the thinking on last year's Kosovo crisis has been one-dimensional and partisan, but all three sides in the conflict, NATO, Serbia and the KLA, should stand equally condemned.
7 February 2000
Five Flavours of Brain
Intellectuals in the Balkans.
31 January 2000
Heritage under Threat
Macedonia's Jewish community is still threatened.
24 January 2000
Whilst Slovenians and Croatians enjoy relatively high wages and luxuries like foreign travel, citizens of the other ex-Yugoslav republics are paying for their leaders' mistakes with their quality of life.
13 December 1999
Schengen's Iron Curtain
The EU's Schengen agreement has created a barrier as effective as the Iron Curtain ever was.
29 November 1999
Clinton's Pep-talk in Sofia
On 22 November, tens of thousands of cheering people gathered in Sofia to hear Bill Clinton tell them "you too shall overcome." Why didn't he deliver the same message to Macedonia?
22 November 1999
A New Era: Macedonia's New President
The victory of Boris Trajkovski also means that Slobodan Milošević has lost another battle in the Balkans.