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H.E. Mohamed Abdullahi Ahmed, Ambassador Of Somalia To Serbia

Somalia Is Potentially A Rich Country

Despite the fact that Somalia has experienced a variety of situations over the past 31 years, including civil wars, famine, and international terrorism that...

Comment by Zoran Panovic

Ana, Again

Of course, it’s absurd that, on the day when the gay prime minister received her third mandate, Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić simultaneously cancelled the...

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

Open Doors

The return of the opposition to the parliament will lead to numerous changes. The national assembly will once...

Despot Kovačević, Assistant Professor/Lecturer At The University Of Belgrade Faculty Of Political Sciences

Chance For The Opposition To Profile Itself Among Voters

The post-election dynamics of relations within the opposition showed that a debate will be led on the topic...

Duško Radosavljević, Political Scientist

Opposition Playing “Red Flag”

It will be particularly interesting to watch the opposition play the game of “red flag” in front of...

Đokica Jovanović, Sociologist

Fundamental Social Issues Aren’t Debated In Parliament

What we don’t see from the opposition are well-considered strategies. Today’s parties are incapable of making such enduring,...

Jasmina Lukač, Political Editor At Daily Newspaper Danas

Décor For Unpopular Decisions

Serbian president Aleksandar VučIć expects a frontal conflict with part of the west and considers that unavoidable, and...

Javier Solana/Project Syndicate

European Integration In A Fragmenting World

The European Union’s undeniable success in advancing regional integration does not make it a finished project. As threats...

Digital Agenda For The Western Balkans And Eurointegration

5g Network Catalyst Of Regional Economic Integration

For development in the Western Balkans, it is important to follow the EU strategic framework for the digital...

Serbia’s Innovation Capacities From The Perspective Of Serbian Regions

Where Should Start-ups Reside?

The approach taken to date in encouraging innovation in Serbia could deepen the gap between Belgrade, as the...

Tatjana Matić, Ministry Of Trade, Tourism & Telecommunications

We’re Achieving Excellent Results

During the course of last year and this, we achieved excellent results in the area of tourism, with...

Comment by Zoran Panović

Favourite Enemies

Of course, there has been no occurrence of the most normal possible thing for fixing relations, which would...

Aleksandar Radić, Military Analyst

Rearming Is A Long Process

It is obvious that we will see the re-forming of many of the battalions that were disbanded over...

Marija Ignjatijević, Researcher, Belgrade Centre For Security Policy

The EU (Still) Lacks Sufficient Might To Form Autonomous Defence Capacities

The very fact that the EU repurposed its peace facility instrument to arm Ukraine has significant operative relevance,...

Nikola Lunić, Executive Director Of The Council For Strategic Policy

Time To Create Dependable Alliances

Under the conditions of a taxing history and unstable relations, the Western Balkan region could easily become an...

The Demise Of Boris Johnson

Is Resignation A Knock-out Blow For Bo Jo?

The recent resignation of Boris Johnson from his post as UK prime minister came in the wake of...

Comment

Catching Fish

What testifies better to the success of cooperation between Switzerland and Serbia than the fact that the donor...

Comment by Zoran Panović

Scholzing

Macedonia was one of the six republics of Tito’s Federal Socialist Yugoslavia. Even back then, Todor Zhivkov’s Bulgaria...

Aleksandar Vlahović, President Of The Association Of Serbian Economists

A Road To Avoid

Possible explicit or tacit punishment of Serbia by the EU, in response to what the EU deems to...

Jurij Bajec Ph.D., Special Advisor At The Economics Institute And Full Professor At The University Of Belgrade Faculty Of Economics

Open Balkan Is A Good Initiative

During times of great uncertainty and deeply disrupted international economic and political relations, Serbia should seek additional forms...

Milojko Arsić Ph.D., Professor At The University Of Belgrade Faculty Of Economics

There Will Always Be Bread, But Not Smarts

Even during the times of the harshest sanctions imposed during the 1990s, enough food products were still available...

Milan Nedeljković, Dean And An Associate Professor At FEFA, Belgrade

Risks Aren’t A Good Friend To Investment

Political risk and uncertainty aren’t good friends to a stimulating investment environment. As such, any rise in the...

Comment

Serbia Again In U.S. Administration’s Focus

Bilateral relations between Serbia and the U.S. are cordial, but not without their downside. Those relations are today...

Pascal Lamy, President Of The Paris Peace Forum

Preparing For Climate Overshoot

Humanity’s continuing failure to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions has substantially increased the likelihood of global warming exceeding 1.5°C within...

Carlo Ratti, Director Of The Senseable City Lab At MIT

Reinventing Paris

The Réinventer Paris initiative, launched by then-Deputy Mayor Jean-Louis Missika in 2014, amounted to a reinvention of Parisian...

Comment

Caring Counts

Companies must know—and show—that they respect human rights in all their operations. With the new Responsible Business Conduct...

Comment by Zoran Panović

Era Of (Post)historical Misgivings

The anxious apprehension of HBO show Game Of Thrones, or George R. R. Martin’s original source book, is...

Duško Radosavljević, Political Scientist

Regret Comes To He Who Takes And He Who Doesn’t

If opposition leaders don’t agree to help Vučić navigate his way across to the other side of the...

Dragan Đukanović, Professor At The University Of Belgrade Faculty Of Political Sciences

New Serbian Government Must Be Clearly Pro-european

Both neighbouring states and leading western countries like the U.S. or Germany will continue to insist that the...

Srećko Djukić, Diplomat, Former Ambassador, Member Of The EPUS Forum For International Relations

The International Community Will Provide The Impetus In Either/or Decisions

The country’ pro-russian and anti-european political scene can be reconfigured, but not in one fell swoop and not...

Zoran Stojiljković, Ph.D., Professor At The University Of Belgrade Faculty Of Political Sciences

Forced (Half)changes

The post-election political scene, confronted by the certainty that it must impose at least symbolic sanctions on russia,...

By Joseph E. Stiglitz, Jonathan D. Ostry

The IMF Is Still Behind The Times On Capital Controls

Although the International Monetary Fund’s newly revised policy framework on capital controls makes some improvements on what came...

Total Revenues Of Video Game Industry In Serbia Amounted To 125 Million Euros In 2021

The video game industry in Serbia employs 3,000 people who work in 130 gaming companies, with total revenues last...

Leaders Of 44 Countries Invited To The First Meeting Of The European Political Community

Representatives of 44 countries have been invited to the first meeting of the European political community, which will be...

Serbian Flag In Times Square

The flag of Serbia with a message about friendship between Serbia and the United States, as well as an...

Vučić At The UN: What Is The Difference Between The Territorial Integrity Of Ukraine And Serbia?

What is the difference between the territorial integrity of Ukraine and the territorial integrity of Serbia, which was violated...

Scientists In China Create World’s First Cloned Wild Arctic Wolf

The successful cloning of the species which is native to the High Arctic tundra of Canada's Queen Elizabeth Islands,...