Kosovo has not been ruled by Serbia for nearly twenty years, yet the status of its sovereignty, as well as the territory and borders of both countries, remain mutually and internationally contested.

In the past months, the lack of progress in tackling key problems between Serbia and Kosovo initiated a new round of discussions about the normalisation of relations and brought up to what was until this year a taboo – an idea of territorial exchange. The proposal for border corrections was succes...


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