Can the EU Get Dialogue Between Serbia and Kosovo Back on Track?

A railroad worker stands by a train decorated with letters that read "Kosovo is Serbian" written in twenty languages, Belgrade, Serbia, Jan. 14, 2017 (AP photo by Darko Vojinovic).
A railroad worker stands by a train decorated with letters that read "Kosovo is Serbian" written in twenty languages, Belgrade, Serbia, Jan. 14, 2017 (AP photo by Darko Vojinovic).
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Leaders from Serbia and Kosovo held a new round of talks in Brussels last week in a bid to defuse tensions that have been on the rise recently. The European Union’s foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, said she was “encouraged by the constructive engagement from both sides.” Leaders from Serbia and Kosovo declined to comment. In an email interview, Naim Rashiti, the executive director of the Balkans Policy Research Group, discusses the state of relations between Serbia and Kosovo. WPR: What is behind the recent spike in tensions between Serbia and Kosovo? Naim Rashiti: Last month a train traveled between […]

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