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Summer & Neuroses

Despite his great international standing, Tito lacked the might to stage a Russian-American summit in Yugoslavia. Firstly, Vučić’s invitation to Trump to visit Belgrade,...

Reliable Partner On Migration

Serbia and the EU have well advanced cooperation when it comes to migration management and asylum. Right now, it is important that Serbia further...

Friendship On A Strong Pillar

Mexico’s position regarding full respect for the sovereign territorial integrity of Serbia is based on our foreign policy principles, our strong and lasting friendship...

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 at the top of the country...

Hard Work Stands Behind Election Victories

The election results in Budapest, Zagreb, North Macedonia and Montenegro are not unambiguous, nor are they all objectively progressive. Positive examples tell us that...

Not Quite There Yet

The democratic push is similar across the region, but political contexts differ. It remains to be seen whether democratic opposition parties, movements and civil...

Transition To An Unknown Destination

Around the world, even in the most developed societies, we are seeing growing tendencies towards the introduction of autocracy, while in contrast democracy is...

Serbia Lacks A Serious Resistance Movement Against Vučić’s Government

The left-green platform “možemo!”, headed by the new mayor of Zagreb, who recorded an almost landslide victory in the mayoral race, could have a...

Serbia Needs A Challenger

A united opposition, with significant external support and an increased turnout, appears to be the recipe that needs to be tested in Serbia. The...

Tough Problems Require Fresh Approaches

These are exciting times, when we have new opportunities to change for the better and find innovative ways for responding to key development challenges...

How Great Powers Should Compete

Both China and the West espouse some version of multilateralism. But unfettered strategic competition, together with relentlessly negative rhetoric, precludes effective multilateralism, not least...

How The Pandemic Brought The Best Out Of DHL Express

For many years now, DHL has invested in defining and communicating our ‘purpose’ as a company. It was some 10 years ago that we...

News

Beijing Olympics: What Could A Diplomatic Boycott Achieve?

Calls for a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Olympics over China's human rights abuses are growing louder. What can...

Protesters Blocking Roads Due To New Laws On Property Expropriation And Referendum

Protests over the law on property expropriation and referendum were organized in Belgrade and Novi Sad over the weekend,...

Serbia To Open Embassy In Bahrain And Consulates In Zimbabwe And North Macedonia

The Government of Serbia will open an embassy of Serbia in the Kingdom of Bahrain, as well as a...

Protests Against Covid Rules And Lockdowns Erupt Across Europe

Protests against fresh Covid-19 restrictions have rocked Europe over the weekend, with demonstrations breaking out in places such as...

Bulgaria’s Rumen Radev Wins Presidential Re-Election: Exit Polls

Exit polls in Bulgaria suggest that incumbent Rumen Radev has won the country’s presidential runoff. Partial official result on Sunday...