This book contains six monitoring papers on how we report on neighbors, drafted by media experts from Albania, Macedonia, Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The reports focus on analyzing the coverage of neighboring countries in the mainstream media in each country. The aim of the report was to provide an overview of the main trends in reporting neighbors in the media, making use of representative case studies on reporting neighbors in order to analyze the trends that the media follow in reporting the neighbors. The papers produced aimed to identify the main trends, violations, and stereotypes in reporting on neighbors in domestic media. They also described measures undertaken by media or other authorities/organizations on addressing the situation, their efficacy, and their balance to freedom of expression. Direct monitoring of specific media or case studies was provided to illustrate the trends.