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Aleksandar Kavčić, PhD Scientist and Professor at Carnegie Mellon University

A Patent As A Life’s Work

The most prestigious law firms and the most prominent names in the world of science and technology have been trying for years to challenge intellectual rights to the magnetic disk reader, which is under the patent of Aleksandar Kavčić, a former student of the Mathematics High School in Belgrade, and Carnegie Mellon University’s professor Jose Moura. According to the final judgement of the U.S. Appellate Court, in 2016, Marvell Technology paid $750 million in damages

By Julián Ventura, Deputy Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Mexico

MIKTA: Cooperation And Development

Mexico is convinced of the irreplaceable value of diplomacy, with its outstanding multilateral tradition and demonstrated capacity to engage in dialogue and build consensus. It is in this spirit that we participate in MIKTA – an informal consultation space that also includes Australia, Indonesia, the Republic of Korea and Turkey

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How Social Media Changed Diplomacy

With the first “real” social media website launched in 1997, and early forms of social media dating back to the 1980s, there’s probably nobody who would have imagined how far things have gone, with social media platforms like Facebook or Twitter connecting billions of people across the globe and changing the world

European Telecommunications Network Operators’ Association (ETNO)

The State Of Digital Communications in 2019

Digital is everything and everything is digital. As our societies and economies experience unprecedented tech-driven change, this Report provides you with the latest on one of the most important enablers of progress and growth: digital communications

Gordana Popović, Panel Coordinator, ERC, EC

Serbian Researchers Should Be More Visible

The European Research Council funds excellent scientists and their most creative ideas, supports cutting-edge research in all fields and helps Europe to attract and retain the best researchers of any nationality. Despite their potential, there still aren’t many Serbian researchers applying to this exciting programme

New Goals for a New Year!

2019: Resolutions for the Most Successful Year

A new year is a fresh beginning, so new goals naturally fuel your thoughts. Resolutions can be intimidating, but we can take action to achieve those goals by taking on some suggestions as guidance.

Tobias Flessenkemper, Head of the CoE Office in Belgrade

Concern Over Harassment and Intimidation of Journalists

The Council of Europe's Commissioner for Human Rights previously noted numerous concerns regarding the deteriorating situation for the work of journalists and the media. According to Tobias Flessenkemper, “Politicians are urged to unequivocally condemn all cases of violence targeting journalists who play such a crucial watchdog role in society”

Ana Ilić, Advisor to Serbian PM Ana Brnabić for the digital and creative industries, film and tourism

Serbia – Land of Creativity and Innovation

The Creative Industries Council was established to providing the creative industries and creative artists with the systemic support of the state, and to provide a framework for sustainable growth

Business leaders McCann Worldgroup in Belgrade: “Creative industry important for the development of the region”

Belgrade is becoming an important point on the map of the creative industry. Talking about the future of this growing branch of the economy...

Imran Khan Niazi, Pakistan’s Prime Minister

From International Athlete To Prime Minister

Imran Khan Niazi, born in 1952, in Lahore, Pakistan into a welloff Pashtun family to Ikramullah Khan Niazi and Shaukat Khanam, graduated in philosophy, politics and economics from Keble College, University of Oxford. Hailing from a cricketing family, he played the game as a teenager in Pakistan and continued in England
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