Will Kosovo heed international warnings over opposition to a newly constituted war crimes tribunal? The stakes are high for its Prime Minister, Ramush Haradinaj, twice acquitted himself for war crimes. He meets DW’s Tim Sebastian on Conflict Zone.
The EU's rule of law mission in Kosovo is handing over responsibility for judicial affairs to local authorities. Critics say the decade-long program failed to hold high-level criminals and corrupt officials to account.
On Conflict Zone, Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj tells DW's Tim Sebastian Kosovo's future is European. But as Western allies worry over the fate of a new war crimes court and the rule of law, the stakes are high.
At a time of growing divisions in Europe over religion and migration, DW talks to Angelika Niebler, MEP for Bavaria's Christian Social Union (CSU), about whether politicians should be avoiding religious issues.
Tensions in the Western Balkans can only be overcome if all countries in the region join the European Union, says enlargement chief Johannes Hahn. The EU's door should remain open for Turkey, he told DW.
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