Nate Tabak focuses on the stories that rarely get told in the Balkans.
He lives in Kosovo, where he serves as editor-in-chief of Prishtina Insight, a newspaper published by the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network.
Canada has tariffs and quotas on imported cheese, which results in higher prices and limited availability. So some Canadians resort to cheese smuggling.
On the front lines of the war on marijuana cultivation, Albanian police face a tenacious crop and an unwelcoming population.
The village of Lazarat, Albania, used to be notorious for its lucrative, but illegal marijuana business. Now that the government has cracked down on it, villagers struggle to make a living.
The young Muslims behind the website “Kosovo if Trump Wins” hope a President Trump won’t weaken ties with their staunchly pro-American country, even if his campaign rhetoric suggests otherwise.
The United States, which gave refuge to my Kosovar wife, is no place for our future children.
PreMenstrual Syndrome says English makes it easier to push the envelope in socially conservative Albania. But is the message lost in the process?
Developers of a new app, Walk Freely, hope it will help solve Kosovo’s sexual harassment problem.
Kosovo can't get recognition from the United Nations, so it's gone for digital recognition from the likes of Facebook and Google. But while it's mostly been a success, some Kosovars aren't sure that digital legitimacy amounts to much.
Conflict & Justice
Serbia withdrew its forces from Kosovo 13 years ago, but have supported a sort of Serbian parallel government in northern Kosovo. Now Serbia is telling Serbs there to vote in the Kosovo election, and many Serbs see that as a betrayal.
Five Muslim Uighurs from China who spent years in Guantanamo are now living in Albania. One of them is now a pizza maker in Tirana.