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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 announced in its expose. However, it...

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 atomising of the remaining political space...

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 respects, including the foreign policy milieu....

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 year will be, according to 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 as to whether we’ve taken two...

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 social policy. All of that should...

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 holiday, no socialising with friends, and...

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 situations are also reflected at the...

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 be included in European production chains,...

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Winner Certain, Consequences Uncertain

Although it already appeared certain that the ruling party would secure a convincing victory in the upcoming parliamentary and local elections even before the...

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The Liquidity of the Economy and Citizens is Key to a Rapid Post-crisis Recovery

Many economic experts are already predicting that the pandemic caused by the Corona virus will be a bigger challenge for the world economy than...

In Which Directions Should Announced Negotiations Between Belgrade and Pristina Unfold?

It Takes Four to Tango

After being on a dead-end road for a long time, the deadlock between Belgrade and Pristina was suddenly broken in 2020 with the appointment...

Brain Drain Vs. Brain Circulation

Million Dollar Question

Do people just leave Serbia or do they also return? What policies are available to the government in order to make migration a win-win...

Ivanka Popović, University of Belgrade

Intelligent Evolution

We will remember the year behind us for the creation of very significant new international academic partnerships, for the setting of standards in cases...

Revolution or Routine: What is your opinion on the waning 2019 and the coming 2020?

How to Recognise, Curb and Turn Around Bad Infinity?

During the times in which we live, it is sometimes difficult to read whether we’ve just witnessed something that will later prove to be...

Christoph Leitl, President of Eurochambres

Integration Should Contribute to Harmonisation With the EU

Regional Integration Would Be a Win-win Idea. Yet, for Successful Implementation, The Overall Framework Has to Be European, As This Is the Natural Choice...

What are the pros and cons of the Western Balkans regional economic zone?

Gains Depend on How We Count Them

There’s no doubt that forming a regional market might unshackle intraregional trade and make the Western Balkans a more attractive investment destination. However, there...

How the new composition of the European Commission impacts Serbia’s EU accession process?

Are We On The Back Seat Again?

In times when the European Union and its citizens are grappling with global and internal challenges, there is no place for the enlargement process...

Election year 2020 and reforms – Are we already feeling the impact?

Looming Challenges Require Bolder Political Responses

Although Serbia has for years been living in a state of permanent election campaigning, current developments are adding new steam to political dynamics, thus...

Entertainment or Rebellion - Where is the place of culture in Serbian society?

This Isn’t Time For You To Sleep

Seven respondents to our survey offer seven answers to the question of what we will do with culture and with ourselves. None of them...

Banking Sector

In Which Direction is the Banking Sector Headed in Serbia?

The announced privatisation of Komercijalna Banka has again prompted the question of banking sector consolidation to emerge among experts and the general public. Contrary...

Does conventional agriculture (still) represent our chance on the world market?

Serbia Can Utilise It’s Potentials More Intelligently

If the export of conventional agriculture products implies wheat and corn, then we have long since learned the lesson that their production contributes little...

The EU Parliament election impact on the Western Balkans and Serbia in particular

The Die is Cast, But the Answer is a Haze

No one is at ease with the outcome of May’s European Parliament elections. It seems obvious that existing political structures are to be dissolved...

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Do We Need a New Law to Determine the Origins of Assets?

In a society where there is a belief that there are “selected taxpayers” with whom there is a discrepancy between reported revenues and acquired...

Health Insurance

Do We Have the Right Medicines?

Every time we hear that patients in the region have access to much more advanced medicines than us in Serbia, despite paying the same...

SERBIA & THE EU

Where Do We Stand In The EU Accession Process?

There is no doubt that Brexit, European Parliament elections, discussion of the Multi-annual Financial Framework 2021-2027 and the EU’s internal future are placing discussions...

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Intellectual Emigration: Brain Drain

As part of the strategy for Serbia’s development and the country’s chance on the international scene, the number one priority and potential that is...

I&F McCann Grupa

The Science Creative Behind Ideas

Along with the digital transformation of its businesses, the I&F Grupa has transformed itself in order to offer clients its own vast analytical and...

Focus: START-UPS

When Can We Expect the First Serbian Unicorn?

This autumn saw American software cloud company Nutanix acquire Serbian- American start-up Frame for 165 million dollars, representing the most expensive acquisition of a...

Focus: HEALTHCARE

Money For Nothing?

The number of Serbian citizens who rate their personal health as being bad or very bad is twice the average of EU member states....

Focus: SERBIA’S INDUSTRIAL POLICY

Focus: Let the Right One In

Business, as usual, is not an option for Serbia and the Western Balkans, which is why the new industrial policy should be sector-specific and...

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Famous World Fashion Designer Philippe Plein visits The Serbian Company Luss Textile

Serbian company Luss Textile​ is holding talks to become a supplier to German fashion group Philipp Plein, the Serbian...

Tamara Klarić And Bogdan Stevanović: A Good Idea Inspired People To Do Good Deeds

This year, Trag Foundation is presenting the 14th VIRTUS Philanthropy Award. Last year, the VIRTUS award for individual contribution...

First Flight To The New Destination In Switzerland Air Serbia Begins Flying To Geneva

On 1 March, with the JU 470 flight carried out with an Airbus A319, Air Serbia commenced direct flights...

Mining Represents The Future Of Serbia

In a drive to increase the share of mining's contribution to the country's GDP from 1.9 to 3.5 per...

Serbia-Bulgaria Gas Interconnection Important For Whole Region

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Mining and Energy Zorana Mihajlovic talked today during her working visit to the...