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Nada Popović Perišić Ph.D., Founder And Professor Of The Faculty Of Media And Communication

Culture As A Saviour

When, this time last year, I was trying to imagine what the year that’s now coming to an end would look like, I hoped...

David Mališ, Head Of The National Bank Of Serbia’s Reserves Management Division

Our Currency, Your Problem

At a juncture when the attention of everyone is directed towards the moves of the monetary authorities of the U.S. and EU, we are...

Comment

Another 59 Years To Break The Glass Ceiling?

The EU directive aimed at improving the gender balance on corporate boards, which was finally adopted on 22nd...

The Women Loved By Dejan Medaković

In his testamentary, five-volume book Ephemeris, famous Serbian historian of medieval art, academic and president of the Serbian...

Eun Hai Kim, President Of The International Women’s Club, Belgrade

Empowerment Is The Creation Of Self

Women’s empowerment can be interpreted in many ways, such as through economic independence, political participation, overcoming gender stereotypes...

Comment

Serbia’s Digital Transformation Paying Dividends

Over the recent past, eGovernment services have contributed significantly to both the development of digitalisation among companies and...

World Economic Forum

Digital Trust Is The Challenge Of The Decade

The World Economic Forum brought together representatives of the world’s largest technology and commerce companies, including Apple, Microsoft,...

By Ljubivoje Radonjić, Public Policy Research Center

Ever-more Platform Workers From The Region On The Global Labour Market

The project Gigmeter aims to identify systemic characteristics of the gig work market in the region of Southeast...

Comment by Zoran Panovic

Limited Sensitivity

If Serbia’s World Cup match against Brazil in Qatar proved to be a major tactical defeat for Serbia...

Aleksandar Mitić, Research Associate At The Institute Of International Politics And Economics, President Of The Centre For Strategic Alternatives

Support For Ukraine Could Reduce

It is tough to expect that the deep polarisation that has manifested within U.S. Society will have a...

Aleksandar R. Miletić, Executive Director Of The Centre For History Studies And Dialogue

No Major Changes To Foreign Policy Discourse

I don’t believe the current U.S. Administration’s policies on Ukraine or our region will change fundamentally. More significant...

Dragan Bisenić, Foreign Policy Journalist, Publicist And Former Ambassador

Without A Weak President

No one will deal with a “weak” american president on foreign policy in the future, as was expected...

By Oceane Duboust & Natalie Huet

Eugen Rochko, The Man Behind Twitter Rival Mastodon

“There is no way to control when success comes, only to lay a foundation for it”, Eugen Rochko,...

Nasser Bourita, Moroccan Minister Of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation And Moroccan Expatriates

High Time For New Milestones

I consider the commemoration of this Jubilee as an invaluable opportunity to lay down bridges of dialogue, communication...

Tarik Slaiki, President Of The Moroccan Publishers Association

Belgrade Book Fair As A Platform For Moroccan Writers

“When I read The Bridge on the Drina many years ago, before the idea of visiting Belgrade had...

Tanja Miščević, Serbian Minister Of European Integration

We’re Returning To The Essence Of The “European Path”

Success in the European integration process cannot today be measured on the basis of major strides towards membership,...

Comment

Learning From Champions

As this special edition shows, Nordic countries have been exerting considerable efforts to assist Serbia in its green...

Comment By Zoran Panović

Actively Waiting

The third government of Ana Brnabić isn’t irritating, in terms of personnel, for either the West or Russia....

Duško Lopandić, Diplomat And Vice President Of The European Movement In Serbia

Shooting Stars

Although “The centre is still holding on” in Europe, we are increasingly seeing the appearance on the political...

Milan Blagojević, Researcher At The Institute Of Social Sciences

The Right Has De-radicalised And Moved Closer To The Political Mainstream

The rise of the right could certainly complicate decision-making processes at the EU level, and we can assume...

Zoran Milivojević, Career Diplomat And Associate Of The Centre For Strategic Alternatives

End Of The Left’s Dominance In Europe

The shadow of Ukraine, with all the already-evident ramifications on the situation and effects in Europe, certainly provides...

Comment

Solid Relations In Turbulent Times

Relations between Serbia and Austria are on the rise and this trend is expected to continue. Expanded collaboration...

By Valeriya Safronova

An Empress Ahead Of Her Time

The 19th century’s Empress Elisabeth of Austria is ubiquitous in Vienna: on chocolate boxes, on bottles of rosé...

By Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Director-general Of The Wto, Former Managing Director At The World Bank

Fixing The Food Trade

In addition to getting food from where it is abundant to where it is needed, trade supports jobs,...

Comment by Zoran Panović

Nihilistic Tendencies

All gatherings of Western Balkan leaders under the patronage of Merkel-Macron turned assuredly into a routine of indecision,...

Bora Babić, Director And Editor-in-Chief Of Publishing House Akademska knjiga [Academic Book]

Between Courage And Fear

A good book always enlightens, and we might be wise to read them more often, even as a...

Branko Kukić, Editor Of The Official Gazette

Literary Bazaars

Publishing books is a process that’s connected to knowledge, to creation, to goals that are important for the...

Gojko Božović, Poet And Editor-in-Chief Of Publishing House Arhipelag [Archipelago]

Digital Reality Brings Into Question The Book Fair Concept

Even prior to the pandemic, book fairs faced the question: what to do today and how to continue...

Vladislav Bajac, Geopoetika Publishing

We’re Returning To Writers!

Books mustn’t be an “escape from the present”: they are just a different reality, legitimate and equivalent to...

Zoran Hamović, Publishing Company Clio

Only The Sky Is The Limit

The fair is first and foremost a large gathering of creative people in action. If they speak against...

Slobodan G. Markovich, MBE, Head Of The Centre For British Studies, Faculty Of Political Science, Belgrade

HM Queen Elizabeth II, Serbia And Yugoslavia

In the history of the British monarchy, Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022) was the longestreigning sovereign. She was the...

H.E. Ms. Anke Konrad, Ambassador Of Germany To Serbia

Germany Stands Ready & Prepared To Support Serbia

I am glad to come to Serbia, a country with which we have been sharing excellent political, economic...

Djokovic’s Historic Australian Open Win Extends ‘Big Titles’ Lead

Novak Djokovic claimed a record-tying 22nd Grand Slam title on Sunday when he won the Australian Open, extending his...

Celebration Of Republic Day Of India

The Embassy of India India in Belgrade celebrated the 74th Republic Day of India on 26 January 2023 to commemorate the coming into...

Spectatular Mileston In First Boeing 767 Conversion In Europe Marked At Ceremony In JAT Tehnika

Avia Prime Group, one of the leading organizations for aircraft maintenance in Europe, consisting of three eminent companies including...

Ministry Of Mining And Energy And USAID Forge Energy Partnership

The Ministry of Mining and Energy (MoME) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) signed a Memorandum...

Donation Agreement Signed For The Fourth Section Of Trans-Balkan Corridor

The Minister of Mining and Energy Dubravka Đedović, the Minister for European Integration Tanja Miščević, the director of Elektromreža...