Defeat for Bakir Izetbegovic but other leading nationalist politicians like Milorad Dodik appear to be heading for victory with 50% of votes now counted.
Exit polls indicate veteran nationalist politicians Milorad Dodik and Bakir Izetbegovic could have suffered shock defeats.
The main nationalist parties are expected to retain their leading positions in Sunday’s elections, with hopes for reforms fading away once again.
Consumer prices in the country increased the most for food and transport.
Putin endorses Bosnian Serb leader, one of his few remaining European allies, ahead of Bosnia’s October elections.
US State Department says Russia covertly channelled over $300mn to foreign political parties, with Albania, Bosnia and Montenegro believed to be among the countries targeted.
President Erdogan offers Turkey’s support to resolve critical situations that threaten stability in the Western Balkans, but what can Ankara achieve in the region?
Pro-Russian Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik says he will veto Germany’s new ambassador to Sarajevo, in move seen as calculated to stop EU granting Bosnia candidate status.
Serbia-born HTEC Group now has over 2,000 professionals at development centres across Southeast Europe.
The rise in consumer prices accelerated from the 15.8% y/y increase in June.
The country ranks among the most polluted during winter months as it still relies strongly on coal and wood for heating and electricity generation.
Serb member of Bosnian presidency refused to accept Germany's new ambassador, sparking a diplomatic scandal.
Austria, Croatia and Serbia were the top sources of foreign direct investment in Bosnia in 2021.
Waste generation has increased sharply in recent decades, but waste management infrastructure has in general failed to keep up.
New trade opportunities expected for Republika Srpska after Bosnian Serb politicians block imposition of sanctions over Ukraine invasion.
Bulgaria shifts back towards Russian orbit after reformist government toppled. Montenegro could be next.
Christian Schmidt's proposed changes aim to end years-long disputes over the elections of MPs and members of the tripartite presidency, but Bosnian Muslims argue they would favour the country's Croat population.
The heatwave that caused havoc in Western Europe is now moving north and east, with temperatures in Southeast Europe expected to peak over the weekend.
After February 24, when the first Russian tanks rolled into Ukraine, looking at a map of Europe is no longer what it used to be.
Only when the Western Balkans is integrated into the EU, and the EU reforms itself, can Brussels really turn its attention to Ukraine or other potential accession candidates.