Montenegrin court finds opposition leaders guilty of plotting coup

Denitsa Koseva in Sofia May 9, 2019

Long prison sentences issued for Democratic Front leaders and the Russians prosecutors said masterminded the failed 2016 coup attempt.

Golden keys to the EU’s back door

Clare Nuttall in Glasgow May 9, 2019

While EU members are taking steps to end or phase out investment for citizenship programmes, the opposite is happening in some potential future members.

BALKAN BLOG: Montenegro braces for verdicts in "Trial of the century"

Denitsa Koseva in Sofia May 8, 2019

As the coup plot trial that has gripped the Montenegrin nation nears its end, the opposition Democratic Front is preparing to defend its leaders from police arrest.

Environment for SMEs improved in Western Balkans, Turkey but potential still unexploited

bne IntelliNews May 7, 2019

SMEs are under-represented in international trade and their contribution to value added remains low, the latest SME Policy Index finds.

COLCHIS: Media Sustainability in Eurasia: What does the Data Say?

Ashwed Patil of Keshif April 25, 2019

Southeast Europe enjoys a largely free and vibrant press, but an index developed by consultant Keshif shows that the press is coming under pressure and diversity and quality are slipping.