The massacre of 8,000 Muslim Bosniaks in a few days in 1995 must never be forgotten.
Men living in transit camps on the EU's borders are at risk of exploitation and violence.
The foreign secretary will host a summit in London this summer on helping Balkan states join the EU.
Europe's youngest state badly wants into the EU, but the hurdles in place are high.
Former commander of the Bosnian Serb army Ratko Mladic has been found guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity. Survivors of the atrocities have today welcomed the long-awaited news.
Bosnian Serb general found guilty of genocide.
In many countries sports like football brings people together, but in Bosnia it re-emphasises the divides.
Everyone has forgotten there were almost as many asylum seekers in Europe in the early 1990s as today.
The recently translated letters of Latvian poet and journalist Arsenii Formakov depict everyday life – and suffering – in the Gulag.
How long does it take to make peace? Decades after the end of the Bosnian war, just one in six residents felt that country had reached reconciliation.
Serbians go to poll on April 2. Will the country's trend of illiberalism and authoritarianism continue its three-year run?
The experience of Serbian Londoners shows how migrants should not be treated as a single group.
In Kosovo's long struggle to gain international recognition of its statehood, football has helped the country achieve major goals.
Russian interference in the U.S. election is part of a bigger pattern, according to a former ambassador from Montenegro to NATO.
Recent events in France have triggered more tensions in the Balkans. But analysis should focus on regional tendencies to lean towards Russia or the US than on catastrophic scenarios.
Blocked from crossing borders further into Europe, migrants are turning to smugglers.
Louis Monroy Santander has been looking at how locals in the town of Sanski Most are moving on after a brutal conflict.
Too long stigmatised as Europe's outsiders, the people of Serbia are seizing an opportunity to change their country's image.
In the run up to the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre, nationalists are fuelling divisions.
Russia is the latest to deny 1995 massacre was genocide. Why is it so hard to agree on this issue?