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Tatjana Rackov Sinadinović, Director, Happy Kids Preschool

Awards Confirm Value

Within a framework of daily educational activities that’s shaped by the principles of the Montessori method of education, children at the HAPPY KIDS Preschool...

Helleniq Energy

Former Hellenic Petroleum Becomes Helleniq Energy

The parent company of EKO Serbia has rebranded and committed itself to a sustainable future HELLENIC PETROLEUM, one of the largest energy companies in Southeast...

dm

dm Srbija Comes Of Age

Pioneering endeavours, successful results, record-breaking donations and recordhigh wage increases, new social responsibility campaigns and launching the online store have all marked the 18th...

Sonja Kapetanović, Marketing Director, Schlarafia

Quality Is An Issue Of Setting High Standards

Schlarafia is the region’s leading brand for premium sleeping equipment and is unique thanks to its specific fusion of traditional craftsmanship and modern technologies,...

Boban Đurović, Mayor Of Vrnjačka Banja

Monte Carlo In The Heart Of Serbia

Today, Vrnjačka Banja can boast a large number of high-class hotels that, with their rich content and top-quality service in line with European tourist...

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 the conducting of election procedures – is a coin with two side, because on the other side it is accompanied by the gullibility to accept anything as salvation. In “play” for these elections won’t only be the attitude of voters regarding who they’ll vote for, but also who they will see as the winner after voting.

In order for us to be able to state with certainty whether and with what consequences the choices of voters in the upcoming elections will have changed due to the pandemic we would need to have the findings of a reliable public opinion poll. Demostat’s findings from last November only show that opposition voters are significantly more distrusting of Covid virus vaccines than those who voted for the government. We can see three consequences of the Coronavirus pandemic with the naked eye.

First is a decline in trust in the current political system and everything that state officials are doing – from anti-Corona measures to the conducting of election procedures.

We can see three consequences of the coronavirus pandemic with the naked eye. First is a decline in trust in the current political system, second is growing combativeness among the people and a polarising of the convictions that they already have, and third is the increasingly vague broader framework of the outcomes of political movements around the world

Second is growing combativeness among the people and a polarising of the convictions that they already have, because political stances are connected with the raw struggle for health and life. Third is the increasingly vague broader framework of that struggle, which is confusing and frightening.

Also under this framework are changes happening around the world, for example in the U.S. elections and events after them. Then there is the fact that, due to the quarantine, political content is rarely “live” and is reduced to mediation via the internet and social networks, which raises doubts about the new level of social control that extends beyond the previous influence of the classical media. That fall in trust is a coin with two sides, because on the other side it is accompanied by the gullibility to accept anything as salvation.

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 (0:2), then the agreement reached on...

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 substantial influence on Washinton’s foreign policy...

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 course adjustments could only occur following...

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 prior to the midterm elections. However,...

Várhelyi Presented Implementation Of Trans-Balkan Electricity Corridor

Olivér Várhelyi, European Commissioner for Neighborhood and Enlargement Negotiations, started his visit to Belgrade at the Serbian company Elektromreže...

Slivovica Included In The UNESCO’s World Heritage List

The Ministry of Culture of the Government of Serbia announced that the element of the intangible cultural heritage of...

Escobar: Open Balkan The Opportunity For Region To Recover

"Russia will not be a credible partner, so it is economically and politically wrong to count on cooperation with...

Foreign Investors Council In Serbia Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary

The Foreign Investors Council in Serbia (FIC) marked 20 years of operations with a ceremony held at Hyatt hotel. At...

Romania’s National Day Celebrated

The Embassy of Romania in Serbia marked the Day of Romanian Unification with a formal reception at the White...

Várhelyi Presented Implementation Of Trans-Balkan Electricity Corridor

Olivér Várhelyi, European Commissioner for Neighborhood and Enlargement Negotiations, started his visit to Belgrade at the Serbian company Elektromreže...

Slivovica Included In The UNESCO’s World Heritage List

The Ministry of Culture of the Government of Serbia announced that the element of the intangible cultural heritage of...

Escobar: Open Balkan The Opportunity For Region To Recover

"Russia will not be a credible partner, so it is economically and politically wrong to count on cooperation with...

Foreign Investors Council In Serbia Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary

The Foreign Investors Council in Serbia (FIC) marked 20 years of operations with a ceremony held at Hyatt hotel. At...

Romania’s National Day Celebrated

The Embassy of Romania in Serbia marked the Day of Romanian Unification with a formal reception at the White...

Várhelyi Presented Implementation Of Trans-Balkan Electricity Corridor

Olivér Várhelyi, European Commissioner for Neighborhood and Enlargement Negotiations, started his visit to Belgrade at the Serbian company Elektromreže...

Slivovica Included In The UNESCO’s World Heritage List

The Ministry of Culture of the Government of Serbia announced that the element of the intangible cultural heritage of...

Escobar: Open Balkan The Opportunity For Region To Recover

"Russia will not be a credible partner, so it is economically and politically wrong to count on cooperation with...

Foreign Investors Council In Serbia Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary

The Foreign Investors Council in Serbia (FIC) marked 20 years of operations with a ceremony held at Hyatt hotel. At...

Romania’s National Day Celebrated

The Embassy of Romania in Serbia marked the Day of Romanian Unification with a formal reception at the White...
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