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  • First-wave champion Greece stumbles at vaccine roll-out

    First-wave champion Greece stumbles at vaccine roll-out

    Georgia Nakou Read More
  • Serbia’s road to collective immunity: Some will live to tell the story

    Serbia’s road to collective immunity: Some will live to tell the story

    Denis Kolundzija Read More
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    Tear gas instead of vaccines

    Biljana Žikić Read More
  • Res Publica announces: Tales from the Region #6

    Res Publica announces: Tales from the Region #6

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  • Тales from the region

The issue of sex-selective abortions is a wake-up call for the severity of undervalued daughters, women, and girls.

Adora Limani

At the beginning of the pandemic, we estimated that it would probably last for two years.

Haris Babačić, PhD

While June had seemed like the moment Albania had turned the corner, with infection rates dropping in the single digits, by the end of July (after a record number of visitors had entered Albania, surpassing pre-pandemic numbers), the tide had turned.

Barbara Halla
Goran Cherkez: Immunization is just the beginning of the end of the COVID-19 crisis
Igor Radev: Bulgaria tends to suffocate us in a “hug” – the tighter it is, the harder we pull away
Read the other interviews
First-wave champion Greece stumbles at vaccine roll-out
Serbia’s road to collective immunity: Some will live to tell the story
In "Tales from the Region #6" we cover the way governments across the Balkans continue to cope with the pandemic. Hopefully, we can learn from each other's experiences, both positive and negative.