Nenad Radicevic

Nenad Radicevic from Belgrade, Serbia, works for the national daily, Politika, covering foreign politics. He previously worked for the Ekspres daily and Reporter weekly, mainly covering daily politics and military reform

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He used the opportunity to research how a lack of regional cooperation in administering war crimes justice, and particularly the practice of conducting trials in absentia, act as barrier to mobility among countries of the former Yugoslavia.

His research was supervised by Nerma Jelacic, an editor of BIRN’s Balkan Insight publication.

Fellowship Portfolio

Legacy of War Crimes Hinders Balkan Reconciliation

Extradition rules shield war criminals from justice, leaving many former Yugoslavs fearful of going back to neighbouring countries.

The Alumni Network

What is the Alumni Network?

The Alumni Network is an ever-expanding group of journalists who have all participated in the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence.

Projects

Turkey and the Balkans

The re-emergence of Turkey as a growing economic, political and religious power in the Balkans is the subject of the latest Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence Alumni Initiative project.

Roma Decade

Twelve countries, including several Balkan states, have signed up to the European Roma Decade 2005-2015 initiative. Halfway through the decade, has any real progress been made?