Correspondent David Chanatry reports that although the Kosovo economy is fragile at the moment, the country's leaders and citizens are determined to succeed - as long as Serbia doesn't stand in their way.
Anchor Marco Werman checks in with Iraq War veteran Marc Fisher for his thoughts about Obama's speech on Syria last night. Fisher thinks the US found a solution to the problem, no matter if it was on purpose or by luck.
Chemical weapons are banned by most nations of the world, though Syria isn't one of them. It's still unclear, though, what countries can do when other countries use chemical weapons. What's becoming more clear, though, is that there's still not an easy legal justification for military strikes on Syria.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Frederick Starr, chairman of the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute at Johns Hopkins University. Starr says the conflict between Russia and Georgia is more a conflict between Russia and the West.
The European Union requires candidates for membership to have peaceful relations with their neighbors. Twelve years after the Kosovo War, the governments of Kosovo and Serbia are trying to normalize relations.