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Comment by Zoran Panović

From Lavrov to Macron

Despite the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) having signed a Cooperation Agreement with Putin’s United Russia, and despite SNS President and Serbian PM Miloš Vučević...

Goran Radosavljević, Ph.D. Vice Dean and Director of the FEFA Institute

We Need to Quadruple Our Growth Rate

Reducing corruption, reforming the energy sector and fundamentally changing the secondary education system are the keys to faster economic growth It was two months ago...

Luka Baturan, University of Novi Sad Faculty of Law

Arbitrary Tax Breaks Degrade the System

The biggest job that Serbia has to do – and it pertains to tax regulations – is to...

Nebojša Bjelotomić, Director of the Digital Serbia Initiative

Instead of Walls and Machines, We’re Investing in People and Their Knowhow

For countries with a falling population, it is recommended that all remaining workers “climb” the ladder of industrial...

By James K. Galbraith

Industrial Policy Is a Nostalgic Pipe Dream

To address the public’s anger after four decades of neoliberalism, progressive and center-left economists are calling for innovation...

Comment

Nothing Succeeds Like Success

Long gone are the days when bilateral relations between the U.S. and Serbia were steadily improving while economic...

U.S. Presidential Elections

Entering the Home Stretch

On June 27th, CNN’s Atlanta studio became the stage for an unprecedented event in American politics: the earliest...

Trade exchange

Serbian Software’s Top Import Market

While exchanges of services continue to grow and have surpassed the two-billion-dollar mark, consolidating the U.S.’s position as...

Trade Exchange

New Chapter in Economic Cooperation

Nothing will redefine French-Serbian economic relations like high technologies, which will give them a completely new dimension. It...

By Marko Čadež, President of the Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Serbia, CCIS

Serbian House for New Business Partnerships

We will present the new face of the modern Serbia to the world. We will show Serbia as...

Aleksandra Kolaković Ph.D., Senior Research Associate of the Institute for Political Studies

Science in the Service of Justice & Freedom

Together with Sorbonne IV professors Philippe Gelez and Sacha Markovic, in the 2018 to 2022 period, I led...

Dr Jasmina Grbović Novaković, Full Research Professor, University of Belgrade, Vinča Institute of Nuclear Sciences

The Road to an Enduring Friendship

Serbia and France have fostered a productive 20-year partnership in science and education that stands as testament to...

Marija Vidović, Associate Research Professor. Institute of Molecular Genetics and Genetic Engineering (IMGGE). University of Belgrade

Significant Experience & Promising Results

Soon after defending my doctorate at the Faculty of Chemistry in Belgrade, in the field of plant biochemistry,...

By Emmanuel B. Nyirinkindi, IFC's Vice President of Cross-Cutting Solutions

Public-Private Partnerships Key to Serbia’s Green Future

Five years ago, dark, polluted water with a foul smell trickled down from the Vinča landfill, sending toxic...

Comment by Zoran Panovic

Growth Plan

Late April saw the European Parliament give the green light to the Growth Plan for the Western Balkans,...

Dr Aleksandar Mitić, Institute for International Politics and Economy

Cooperation with China Raised to the Highest Level in Europe

Both Germany and France desire close cooperation with China, so any criticism of Serbia’s close relations with China...

Slobodan Zečević Ph.D, Institute for European Studies

Delicate Seesaw

France and Germany have contrasting views on cooperation with China, but the internal reasons for such views don’t...

Vuk Vuksanović, Belgrade Centre for Security Policy

Russia will be Challenging, but China is the Dilemma of the Century

The geopolitical and security rivalry between the U.S. and China will shape the international system, in which other...

Serbia and Italy Forge Ahead with €250 Million Wind Farm Ventures

Serbia and Italy have reinforced their energy partnership, marking the completion of three wind farms valued at €250...

Comment

Long-Haul Champions

Despite political changes nationally, Slovenia has remained dedicated to EU values and continues to advocate strongly for EU...

Peter Grk, National Coordinator For Western Balkans, Ministry Of Foreign Affairs Of Slovenia

The EU Still Feels Like Home

The date of 1st May 2004 represented a day of hope and new beginnings, as Slovenia became a...

Comment

Serbian Financial Sector’s Strong Modernisation

By prioritising digitalisation, Serbia’s financial sector can remain agile and responsive in a rapidly evolving market landscape, positioning...

Feature

Serbia’s IMF Program on Track Feature

Serbia and the IMF have reached a staff-level agreement on the third review under the Stand-By Arrangement, pending...

Feature

The AI Age Requires Inequality Insurance Feature

The AI revolution will almost surely lead to an increase in income disparities. To ensure that the emerging...

Feature

The Rise of the Finternet

Financial services must catch up with the advances made in communications since the advent of the internet and...

The Rise of Consumer Crypto NFTS

Although non-fungible tokens are often misunderstood and even derided, they remain a general and flexible solution for establishing...

Slađana Prica, retired ambassador, member of the Forum for International Relations and honorary president of the UNA of Serbia

Diplomatic Response Overdue

The issue of the so-called ‘self-proclaimed’ Kosovo joining Europe’s oldest political organisation has long been an open question....

Slobodan G. Markovich, Institute for European Studies and Faculty of Political Science

U.S. Elections More Critical for EU Future than EP Elections

While the EU’s right-wing parties are expected to make gains, these gains shouldn’t be expected to substantially alter...

Ivana Radić Milosavljević, Assistant Professor in European Studies at the University of Belgrade - Faculty of Political Sciences

Not all Right-Wing Parties are Likeminded

The outcome of the European Parliament election is unlikely to cause a dramatic shift in EU policy, particularly...

Rajko Petrović, Research Associate at the Institute of European Studies

The EU Idea is Stronger than the Outcome of Less Important Elections

The electorate’s shift to the right won’t change the nature and essence of the idea of the European...

Nemanja Todorović Štiplija, Executive Director of the Centre for Contemporary Politics and Founder of the portal European Western Balkans

Centrist Parties Will Retain Their Positions

The right-wing political spectrum that’s on the rise today includes parties that have very different views on Russia...

Comment by Dejan Molnar

Reduced Turnover, Yet Higher Prices – Paradoxical or Not?

Price stagnation for apartments and houses (or negligible growth of 0.2%) was recorded at the EU level over...

US Ambassador Hill Visits Serbia’s First Dual Renewable Energy Heating Plant

US Ambassador to Serbia, Christopher Hill, recently visited the Pemci 1 heating plant in Kladovo, which has become the...

Air Serbia Welcomes First Female ATR Captain

Air Serbia has proudly announced the appointment of Vanja Marceta as the first female captain in its ATR fleet,...

Andrej Plenković Re-Elected as HDZ Leader with Overwhelming Majority

Andrej Plenković has secured another term as the leader of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ), winning 84,786 votes in...

Serbia and Egypt Sign Landmark Free Trade Agreement

In a significant move to bolster economic ties, Serbia and Egypt have signed a Free Trade Agreement along with...

United States Adds $18 Million In New Funds To Development Partnership With Serbia

Today, the United States Government, through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), announced an additional $18 million...