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How Could The U.S. Midterms Impact Foreign Policy?

No Storm On The Horizon

Following the unexpected retaining of the balance of power between the Democrats and Republicans after the midterm elections marking the halfway point in the...

European Elections

Right, Right, Frontal

Among the many consequences of the pandemic, economic crisis and war in Ukraine for Europe is the rise of right-wing movements that challenge the...

The International Belgrade Book Fair

We Will Still Read One Another

Some countries have decided, after the veritable fast of the pandemic, to boost the love of publishers and...

Scope Of The Serbian Opposition’s Entry Into Parliament

More Than Decoration, Less Than Political Pluralism

The Serbian National Assembly has never had a strong democratic tradition, but an opposition with political creativity and...

Armament In The Shadows Of The War In Ukraine

Peace Has Become Much More Expensive

We are awaited by a period during which many European countries will prioritise the procurement of weapons and...

Sanctions Against Russia & Their Economic Repercussions

We Have Enough Worries Without Poor Decisions

Prior to making a political decision on whether or not to impose sanctions against Russia, the new Government...

How The Ukraine Conflict Will Shape The Serbian Political Scene

Fruitless Elections

The insistence of the international community that Serbia take a clear stance on the conflict in Ukraine could...

Will Serbia and other Western Balkan countries benefit from the global trends of nearshoring?

Risks & Opportunities

Many countries see their window of opportunity to bring more FDI home, as a result of the war...

How will the Ukraine conflict impact on Serbia’s place in the international community?

Storm In The Backyard

Whenever and however the current conflict in Ukraine comes to an end, there’s no doubt that the Western...

Who Really Makes Decisions In Serbia?

Always “Me”, Never “Us”

At a juncture when the debate over whether the opposition can force the current president into a second...

Is Inflation Our Destiny (Again)?

He Who Sows Incorrectly Has Small Hope Of A Bountiful Harvest

This time around, inflation didn’t occur as a result of the excessive printing of dinars, unlike many of...

Are We Ready For The Development Of Innovations To Biomedical Sciences In Serbia?

Between The Periphery And Great Advances

Biotechnology, biomedicine, bioinformatics and biodiversity have gone from areas that were considered as lacking sufficient innovative capacity three...

Does the road to winning government run through presidential elections?

Unified Candidate In A Used Suit

Is the Serbian opposition on the hunt for a new Koštunica; a man with whom many would disagree,...

In Which Direction Is The Serbian Labour Market Changing?

The Problem Isn’t That People Are Leaving. The Problem Is That They Have No Reason To Return

Major changes have hit the Serbian labour market, which can be seen in the shortage of personnel for...

Economic Might And Election Results

Everything Still Revolves Around Freedom

Although money buys lots of things and the ruling party uses it to silence the media and bind...

Is Ecology A New Political Issue In Serbia?

Lithium On The Election Ballot

It is commonplace to think that citizens and political leaders in Serbia are too “green” for there to...

How Serbia Looks Through The Eyes Of Creatives?

On A Quest For Another Face

Digitalisation and the information age have contributed to the erasing of the border between the centre of the...

American-Serbian View Of Innovation

We Can Change Both Ourselves & The World

Not long ago, it would have been far-fetched to tout Serbia as a location for research into virtual...

Can Political Changes In The Region Have An Impact On The Political Scene In Serbia?

What Happened In Zagreb Won’t Just Happen In Belgrade!

The election victories of opposition parties in the region’s capital cities suggest that the path to political change...

How to accelerate Serbia’s EU integration dynamics?

The Ball Is Undoubtedly In Serbia’s Court

While the stalemate on the EU accession process has clearly been influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is...

What Is Serbia’s Foreign Policy Position Like Today?

Syringe And Caprice

On a daily basis, Serbia constructs its image as a skilled player able to easily use its three-pronged...

What the pandemic has shown us about the strengths and weaknesses of our healthcare system?

Heroes Of Mistaken Reforms

In Serbia, as has been the case in many countries, the outbreak of the pandemic exposed all the...

Has The Long-Anticipated Fight Against Organised Crime In Serbia Finally Begun?

Arrests On Camera Are Not Enough

There is no doubt that the Government of Serbia has started its showdown with organised crime, as was...

How Has Covid-19 Influenced The Attitudes Of The Electorate

Doubt And Confusion At The Ballot Box

The confirming of the right centrism of the ideological spectrum was finalised during the COVID-19 pandemic, while the...

Has The Pandemic Created Space For A Shift In The Influence Of Superpowers On The Western Balkans?

Among New And Old Friends

When the fear of COVID-19 finally lifts, we may find ourselves in a completely different world in many...

How to interpret the latest European Commission report on Serbia?

Stuck & Stubborn

It is almost certain that Serbia won’t open a single EU accession negotiation chapter this year. And this...

Has something of critical importance just happened in the Western Balkans?

Deceptive Sun

The Montenegrin elections and the latest relaunch of the Serbian-Kosovo Dialogue fill newspaper columns, but give little indication...

What should the new government’s priorities be?

Demanding Times

More than ever before, COVID-19 brutally laid bare the results of short-sighted austerity policies in health, education and...

Summer Like No Other

Which Virus Are We Fighting?

In the lives of many people, this will be the summer in which there was no sea, no...

What The Elections Brought Us?

Lonesome Victory

The fact that the Serbian National Assembly, the country's parliament, is almost a one-party institution, and that such...

Will Serbia feel the ramifications of the rupturing of global...

When Germany And China Sneeze…

The automotive sector in Serbia could become a litmus test for assessing whether the country will continue to...

Ambassador Of Japan Presented Awards For Contribution To The Promotion Of Japanese Culture

In the Residence of the Ambassador of Japan, H.E.  Katsumata Takahiko, the ambassador presented five new "Recognitions of the...

USAID And Youth With Disabilities Forum Launched Project To Empower Persons With Disabilities

the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Youth with Disabilities Forum launched a four-year, $2 million...

The Nikola Tesla Museum Celebrated Its 70th Anniversary

The Nikola Tesla Museum, founded as the first technical museum in Yugoslavia and the only one that preserves the...

Czech Foreign Minister: Serbia Made Significant Progress In Combating Illegal Migration

Serbia made significant progress in suppressing illegal migration through the Balkan route when agreeing to harmonize the policy of...

Ambassador Konrad: Germany Continues to Support Serbia’s Energy Transition Process

We continue to provide support to Serbia in the process of reaching its climate goals and implementing the green...