Newsletter Nr. 01/2020

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55e9d3d2-d256-44ca-8468-2a1ba6d6f2f9.gifKalaša, wild horses

They were freed on the Livno plateau, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, when the famine hit the area, in the hope that they would survive and could be used again in the fields in better times. Over time, they have become fully wild. Photos by Mario Jozić



Albania: the winter of representative democracy

Gentiola Madhi

A new wave of protests is expected to mark the beginning of 2020 in Albania. With a fragmented opposition and a non-representative Parliament, civic protests may serve as a catalyst for further democratisation and freedom of speech

Indians of Armenia

Armine Avetysian

The number of foreign citizens migrating to Armenia is constantly growing, including Indian citizens. Thousands arrived in the first nine months of 2019

Croatia, moving to the islands

Giovanni Vale

Usually, people tend to leave the Dalmatian islands to seek a more comfortable life on the continent. However, digital and foreign nomads are going against the trend

Albania: the civic duty of protecting the National Theatre

Gentiola Madhi

The 20-month long protests against the demolition of the National Theatre reflect not only the need to protect the country's common historical and cultural heritage, but also citizens’ demands for further democratisation of Albania

eQualitie supports OBCT and online press freedom

Redazione OBCT

Today we want to dedicate a post to the eQualitie team, that has been protecting Osservatorio Balcani Caucaso Transeuropa since 2013, when our website was subjected to repeated ddos attacks and hackers asked for the removal of "inconvenient" articles, threatening to completely obscure our service to the readers

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