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Zdravko Krivokapić, Prime Minister Of Montenegro

It Takes Two To Feed The Growth

The crisis represents an opportunity for Montenegro to try to build more a resilient, inclusive and green post-pandemic recovery. The government is open to...

Comment by Zoran Panović

Nafaka

After the ‘Versailles’ peace (1918-1941) and the ‘Titoist’ peace (1945-1991), the area of the so-called Western Balkans and Bosnia-Herzegovina now live in a third...

Bojan Klačar, Executive Director Of The Centre For Free Elections And Democracy (CESID)

“Koštunica 2.0” Isn’t A Realistic Scenario For The 2022 Opposition Candidate

The opposition requires an authentic candidate for the present juncture, one who understands current problems and is ready...

Bojan Vranić, Associate Professor, Faculty Of Political Sciences, University Of Belgrade

The Myth Of A Neutral Leader

It would be difficult for the opposition to justify the idea of a neutral leader as an engine...

Duško Radosavljević, Political Scientist

Serbia Is Tired Of Leaders (For A Second Time)

Serbia needs high-quality political and development programmes, not unbridled trust in a specific person, to whom they attach...

Zdravko Veljanov Ph.D. Candidate, Doctoral School Of Political Science, Public Policy And International Relations, Central European University

One Leader Cures All

Swift consolidation behind a common (even non-partisan) candidate is the only way to go. The candidate should be...

Jayati Ghosh/Project Syndicate

The Rich World’s Climate Hypocrisy

Many of the statements by developed-country leaders at the COP26 summit in Glasgow are at odds with their...

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Do Acceptable SDG Goal Trade-offs Exist?

Sometimes, when lucrative opportunities for economic growth arise, both governments and businesses look for trade-offs among the SDG...

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The State As An Innovator

For emerging economies, building a digital economy presents a challenging task in which governments play an important role...

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Hard Times Always Reveal Good Friends

Many European interlocutors, including Austrian ones, have highlighted the fact that Serbia quite often fails to demonstrate tangible...

Comment By Zoran Panović

Smörgåsbord

Just as people in the Soviet Union used to whisper jokes about Brezhnev and the Kremlin’s gerontocracy, a...

Jelena Bulatović, Executive Director Of The Serbian Association Of Managers, SAM

We Must Decide What Kind Of Migration We Want

Automation will increasingly be on the rise, not only as part of progress and advancement, but rather as...

Marina Rakić, HR Director, MK Group

We Fight For Our Talented People

A large number of employers in Serbia are already importing labour to fill lower positions. At the same...

Mihail Arandarenko Ph.D., Professor, Faculty Of Economics, University Of Belgrade

Circular Migrations Are Our Reality

People are increasingly leaving Serbia, but they are spending much less time abroad. Temporary work abroad is a...

Miloš Turinski, PR Manager, Infostud

Unemployment Is A Thing Of The Past

The labour market has shortages in two directions. The first is certainly the it field, while the second...

Sarita Bradash Researcher At The Centre For Democracy Foundation, CDF

Nobody Is Chasing A Bad Life

For whom could Serbia be an attractive destination when it has the lowest earnings in europe, which don’t...

Comment by Zoran Panović

Legacy And Disquiet

By calling on the presidents of Turkey, Serbia and Croatia – Messrs Erdoğan, Vučić and Milanović – Bosnian...

Cvijetin Milivojević, Political Scientist

Freedom Is More Important Than Money

Alongside the concentration of economic levers of power in the hands of the Serbian progressive party, the propaganda...

Danica Popović, Professor Of The Belgrade Faculty Of Economics

We Will Pay, Of Course

Media freedom is the first and most visible confirmation of whether or not democracy is functioning. Money is,...

Vladimir Gligorov, Economist And Political Scientist

A Hand In The Budget Replaces Force

The advantage that those in power have – primarily the budget and propaganda – should prevail over political...

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Post-Merkel Cooperation

Some of the topics that top the bilateral agenda include strategic cooperation in the field of climate change,...

German Elections By Karl Mathiesen and Zia Weise

Climate Is The Kingmaker In German Coalition-Building

The two parties crucial to forming a post-election government differ starkly on climate and energy policy Climate policy is...

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It Pays To Be Green

Serbian citizens are painfully aware of climate change, biodiversity loss and resource scarcity, and – regardless of their...

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Strategic Focus On Digitalisation Paying Off

In these fast times of ours, we can certainly consider five years ago as being history. And it...

Comment By Zoran Panović

Open Balkan

Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić practises a rather original and successful technology of governing based on a system of...

Srećko Mihailović, Sociologist, Demostat Chief Researcher

Playing The “Green Politics” Card Exclusively Is Not A Good Recipe

With such torturous stretching of the social and political interpretations of environmental problems, it is understandable that, despite...

Nemanja Milović, Founder And Author Of The Website Klima 101 (Climate 101)

Belgrade Elections – Requiem For A Lumberjack?

Will shortages be followed by the inflation of fake warriors for the green future of Serbia? Many political...

Zvezdan Kalmar, Programme Coordinator, Centre For Ecology And Sustainable Development – CEKOR

We Need Green Action!

A profound, strategic change of society towards environmental sustainability is only possible if we radically change our attitude...

By Carl Bildt, Project Syndicate

The Dangerous Balkan Standstill

Even after a quarter-century of relative peace, the Balkans have yet to achieve the lasting stability that was...

By Joschka Fischer / Project Syndicate

Whither The US-German Relationship?

With German Chancellor Angela Merkel on her way out, and America still vulnerable to Trumpism, Germans can neither...

Stefan Milenković, Violinist

Art Is The Best Way To Promote A Country

It is invaluable that Serbia is nurturing its creative people and creative industries, and that this is recognised...

Sofija Stefanović, Physical Anthropologist

We Need To Believe In Ourselves

What helps us to uncover the values of the modern Serbia is the increasing public presence of the...

Serbia And European Union For Innovation

The synergy effect created from the partnership between the Republic of Serbia and the European Union has given a...

Mokra Gora Announced One Of The Best Tourism Villages Of 2021

The best examples of villages embracing tourism to provide opportunity and drive sustainable development have been celebrated at the...

WTA Suspends Tournaments In China

Beijing took umbrage on Thursday at the suspension of Women's Tennis Association (WTA) tournaments in China in solidarity with...

Sustainable Construction Protects Serbia

Sustainable construction reduces the consumption of non-renewable resources, promotes the use of renewable energy sources, minimizes waste, creates healthier...

Multimedia And Creative Services Workers Lead The Region

Southeast Europe’s online labour market is becoming increasingly attractive to those with a less sophisticated skillset. The negative aspect...