Vudi Xhymshiti

Vudi Xhymshiti; is an independent journalist, editor and photographer. He is focusing on the issues of the domestic politics of Kosovo, Foreign Policy of the United States, the Russian Federation, the European Union and the Middle East. Xhymshiti is also focused on the issues of the politics of race, gender, identity, migration as well as displacement of people due to climate change and armed conflicts. He has been published in various media including Der Spiegel, NY Times, TIME, Paris Match, Le Monde etc. Xhymshiti is also a print media critic and founder of THE Frontliner.
  • Are Black Lives Terrorist Lives?

    Well, this is what happens when the full force of the domestic state-terrorism apparatus sets itself against the innocent and frequently impoverished citizens of colour that mistakenly chose to be born in the world’s self-acclaimedly freest and most prosperous nation: aka the Home of the Brave and Land of...
  • Kosovo, a Tale of Two Cities: the Criminals and Citizens

    The freedom is still crushed by the weight of oppression in ‪‎Kosovo’s warlord rule of crime. Kosovars may possess talents of the highest order, yet for them, it seems like there is no path of fame or distinction opened. Apparently for now, they cannot hope to attain those privileges...
  • Paris Rises Up!

    French police are brutally attacking protestors by using all the militaristic weaponry at their disposal – not just the usual batons, tear gas and grenades but also two water cannon, used in Paris for the first time. ...
  • In Freedom of the Press at least, Kosovo is the worst of the Balkans

    Based in Pristina, the Association of Journalists is weak and compromised: Kosovo was once ranked eightieth out of 180 countries in a Reporters Without Borders press freedoms index yet as the crisis of suppression deepens the rank sinks lower with every passing year as violations of the press and...
  • In Syria, militias armed by the Pentagon fight those armed by the CIA

    At first, the two different sets of fighters were primarily operating in widely separated areas of Syria — the Pentagon-backed Syrian Democratic Forces in the northeastern part of the country and the CIA-backed groups farther west. ...
  • Kosovo: A Nest of Crime Fugitives in Europe

    ‎Kosovo‬ has been facing the most serious political crisis since the declaration of independence from ‪#Serbia‬ in 2008. But now with newly elected President Hashim Thaçi, it is highly qualified to be recognised as 'The Nest of Crime Fugitives in ‪#‎European‬ doorstep....
  • KOSOVO: Eight Years of Unlawfully Harbouring Crime and Corruption

    Eight years after independence declaration, Kosovo is the poorest and most isolated country in Europe, with millionaire politicians steeped in crime....
  • Crime and punishment in Kosovo

    Seven years after the declaration of independence Kosovo is not an independent republic with full rights. The EU’s attempt to positively influence Kosovo has been significantly weakened by the fact that some of its high officials within the ‘EU Rule of Law Mission in...
  • Kosovo lawmakers flee teargas in chamber for third time

    Despite tight police checks of everyone entering the building, including diplomats, opposition members have managed to get in carrying tear gas canisters....

demokracia, vdes në errësirë. ...

fotografia, është politika jonë. ...

është krim të largohesh nga polemika. ...

liria e shtypit nuk është për të zbavitur dhe argëtuar lexuesin. ...