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Zoran Panović

German Imagination

If Serbia does not recognise the independence of Kosovo (even discreetly, through a “legally binding paper”) by the end of Angela Merkel’s term as...

Dragan Pavlićević, Associate Professor Of The Department Of Chinese Studies At The International Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

The Power Of Other Friends

The keys to serbia’s foreign policy are in the hands of Brussels to a large extent, through its policy towards serbia and the Western...

Dr Marko Dašić, Assistant Professor, University Of Belgrade - Faculty Of Political Science

Policy Diversification Gains Or Credibility Losses?

Serbia’s foreign policy has become a set of disparate, seemingly irreconcilable options that enable the swift implementation of...

Dr Srećko Đukić, Ambassador, Forum For International Relations Of The European Movement In Serbia

China Is Becoming What The EU Should Be

Belgrade and Brussels have been partners for decades, but the credit of those relations has been spent. The...

Dr Vladimir Gligorov, Professor At The Vienna Institute For International Economic Studies

Frozen Interregnum

Frozen conflicts, which are potential sources of instability by their very nature, favour authoritarian rule. So it seems...

Zoran Gavrilović, Sociologist, Executive Director Of The Bureau For Social Research (BIRODI)

Pledge Of Personal Power

Serbia is becoming a kind of social dump that’s inhabited by the old and the sick, where fear...

Yanis Varoufakis / Project Syndicate

Football Takes Capitalism Out Of Bounds

Last week, Europeans showed the red card to the moguls – and their financiers – who tried to...

Diane Coyle, Professor Of Public Policy At The University Of Cambridge

The Dangers Of Data-Based Certainty

Economists are rushing to embrace the use of big data in their research, while many policymakers think artificial...

Comment

E – Lifeline

The Coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the importance of digital transformation and connectivity for Serbia. It also showed that...

Comment

Pandemic Shows Agriculture’s Strategic Importance

The COVID-19 pandemic, which the whole world has been fighting courageously for more than a year, has resulted...

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cyprus

Support For The European Perspective And Dedication To The Principles Of International Law

We had a very open and constructive exchange of opinions regarding the latest developments in the Western Balkans,...

Time Of Paradoxes

The European Parliament has adopted the Report on Serbia that cites scandals and pressure exerted on the media...

Dušan Milisavljević Ph.D., Specialist Otolaryngologist And Professor At The University Of Niš Faculty Of Medicine

Charlatans Confuse Citizens

The health system in Serbia responded solidly to the challenge of the pandemic, showing resilience and perseverance based...

Dr Jasmina Knežević, Founder And Director Of Bel Medic

Only Intelligent And Creative People Cooperating Will Save Humanity

We are not a rich, well-organised country with a practise of planning, but our public healthcare sector reorganised...

Dr Rade Panić, Anaesthesiologist And President Of The Union Of Doctors And Pharmacists Of Serbia

The Pandemic Exposed All Health System Flaws

The consequences of COVID-19 have so far led to the deaths of 111 doctors, pharmacists and dentists in...

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

Stimulus Package Or Relief Aid?

As a response to the crisis caused by the pandemic, Serbia last year allocated as much as 12.7%...

Comment

How Green Is Our Grass?

It is said that the “grass is always greener on the other side”. However, by joining the Green...

Project Syndicate

A Global Green Deal

By strengthening its emissions-reduction targets and investing heavily in clean energy, greentech, and research and development, the European...

Comment

Stay Healthy And Positive

Serbia can count on Greece’s strong partnership support in the European integration process and on the implementation of...

Comment

Unstoppable For Good

Unlike many other sectors, which were crippled by the pandemic, the construction sector proved unstoppable, including when it...

Haunted March

Ferragosto, the feast of the Holy Mother of God, is a special day in Italy, and on that...

Bojan Elek, Researcher At The Belgrade Centre For Security Policy

Criminals Must Remain Behind Bars

What is lacking in order for the public to believe that this is really a showdown and not...

Marko Nicović Lawyer, Former Chief Of Police Of The City Of Belgrade

Supporters And Judges

Criminals under the guise of “supporters” are a big problem, but they’ve strengthened under the protection of part...

Vladimir Đukanović, Serbian Progressive Party MP, Lawyer

Courts Are Key

It is very important to have cooperation between the executive government and the judiciary in the segment of...

Auf Wiedersehen, ‘Mutti’:

How Angela Merkel’s Centrist Politics Shaped Germany And Europe

Since 2005, Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel has been one of the most stable and enduring of political forces,...

Comment

Can Sustainable Mining Be Less Of An Oxymoron?

Can Sustainable Mining Be Less OF AN OXYMORON? The best modern mining practises represent a huge step forward...

Japan and Serbia

Celebration Of Mutual Respect And Friendship

For many years, excellent bilateral relations between Japan and Serbia did not lead to equally successful economic dealings....

Spiral Of Lies

There is a confrontation in Serbia between an organised and arrogant government, on the one side, and a...

Bojan Vranić Ph.d., Associate Professor Of The Faculty Of Political Science

Awaiting Voters

The return of voters to the polls in a new round of elections will mean the return of...

Jasmina Lukač, Journalist Of Danas And Demostat

Distrust Is A Dangerous Toy

The fall in trust among citizens regarding everything that state officials are doing – from anticorona measures to...

Saša Adamović, Historian And Political Analyst

Coronavirus Will Just Be A Bad Dream

The part of the opposition that boycotted the last elections is too weak and divided, with leaders who...

Zoran Sekulić, Director And Editor-in-chief Of News Agency Fonet

More Dissatisfaction, But Without Political Articulation

Last year saw an increase in the number of so-called negative points, I.E. increased public dissatisfaction towards the...

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Europe Day Celebration

On the occasion of May 9, Europe Day, as every year for the last two decades, the Delegation of...

Prime Minister Edi Rama Wins Third Mandate In Albanian Elections

Albania’s ruling Socialist Party (SP), led by Prime Minister Edi Rama, has won Sunday’s election with 48% of the...

Kyungshin Cable Opens Factory In Smederevska Palanka

The Korean company Kyungshin Cable held a grand opening ceremony for its production plant where it will produce battery...

New Project To Support Innovation Driven Economy In Serbia

Serbia Innovates will create the first Serbian Supercluster to bolster country’s competitive advantages on international markets ICT Hub, as a...

Von der Leyen And Borrell Call For Rule Of Law Reforms In Serbia During Vučić’s Brussels Visit

President of European Commission Ursula von der Leyen and High Representative of the EU Josep Borrell called for positive...