Herzegovina’s Media: A Problem of Ideology and Self-censorship
“If you gave me the choice to decide whether we should have a government without the press, or the press without a government, I wouldn't hesitate for a single moment to choose the latter.”
Local Media in BiH: Financial Dependence and Political Influence
The role of local media in each community is of paramount importance. They should serve as a link between the local community and the public and act as means of communication between municipalities or cantons and their citizens.
Disciplinary Proceedings Against BiH Judges and Prosecutors are On the Rise
The Office of the Disciplinary Prosecutor (ODP) for the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council (HJPC) of Bosnia and Herzegovina currently has 12 ongoing disciplinary proceedings against prosecutors and judges from state judicial institutions. Every year, the number of proceedings against prosecutors from the Prosecutor's Office of BiH increases.
Philippines War on Drugs: The Nightshift
"Each night, every night someone dies. Sometimes one, three, five, ten, twelve... the most I think in one night was 24."
Balkan Countries Continue to Cash in on Arms Trade Despite Concerns of Diversion
Despite widely documented diversion of weapons to the battlefields of Syria and Yemen, Balkan exporters continue to reap profits from the lucrative trade.
Conflict Through a Film Lens
A brief history of the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, and the bravery of a twenty-six-year-old film student in her quest to document the Revolution from the front lines.