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Zoran Panović

A Referendum As An Overture

The Serbian opposition continues to court the myth that the West brought Vučić and the Serbian Progressive Party...

H.E. Ambassador Emanuele Giaufret, Head Of The EU Delegation To Serbia

Any Mining Project Must Respect The Highest Standards

It is not for me to judge arguments of different parties – the EU is not involved and...

H.E. Mohammed Amine Belhaj, Ambassador Of The Kingdom Of Morocco To Serbia

2022 -Jubilee Year

Our diplomatic relations are marked by a strong friendship, shared views on issues of common interest, a willingness...

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...

Dejan Šoškić, University Of Belgrade Faculty Of Economics

Not Everything Is In Others’ Hands – Some Things Are Also In Ours

A belated reaction, or the absence of a monetary policy reaction, can only lead to heightened inflation remaining...

Jurij Bajec Ph.D., The University Of Belgrade Faculty Of Economics

Measures To Curb Inflation Are Mistaken

Short-term measures aimed at protecting standards, such as freezing the prices of key food items, interventions from commodity...

Milojko Arsić, University Of Belgrade Faculty Of Economics

We’re Adding Fuel To The Fire

Tackling inflation represents the best way to preserve citizens’ living standards, while possible attempts to prevent standards from...

Nebojša Savić Ph.D., Singidunum University Faculty Of Economics

The Dragon Of Inflation Was Lurking Around The Corner

Unlike some previous inflationary waves, the current inflation occurred under the strong influence of problems on the supply...

Slaviša Tasić, Professor Of Economics, Researcher

Sobering Up Comes Next

Sobering-up will follow during this year, through a more restrictive monetary policy that will also be transferred to...

Mustafa Efendi Jusufspahić, Mufti Of The Belgrade Islamic Community Of Serbia

Neighbours Are Closer Than Family

“We mustn’t remain silent. We have to constantly be at the epicentre of crisis events. Where churches are...

Vojislav Todorović, President Of Delta Inženjering Group

Responsibility First & Foremost

More than three decades of dedication to the business stand behind everything that’s represented by company Delta Inženjering...

Ana Jovancai Stakić Ph.D, Singidunum University:

Local Diplomas, Worldly Knowledge

Singidunum University has spent decades successfully educating young people and developing their skills, which enables them to engage...

Mara Topalović, Owner Of Studio Maruška

Symbol Of Prestige And Luxury

Many years ago, when the first unique artworks of Mara Topalović began heading out into the world from...

Michael Dell Chairman And CEO Of Dell Technologies

Play Nice But Win

Michael Dell started a billion-dollar company at age 19—with just $1,000. Here are 21 lessons that helped him...

Danica Grubački, Actress

Life On Wheels

I come from Zrenjanin, and that can’t be changed. Okay, Novi Sad is also an important factor in...

Jasna Đuričić, Europe’s Best Actress

Film Diva Brings Glory To The Balkans

With an awareness of her splendid talent, she always wanted more and succeeded in achieving that: Jasna Đuričić,...

Architecture: The World’s Smartest Cities

Improving The Quality Of Life

Smart cities like Singapore, New York and Seoul have made huge strides in their smart city initiatives and...

Ivana Stefanović, Composer

We’re Living In A Time Of Lies

She is among the most important Yugoslav and Serbian composers of contemporary music, an essayist, a former successful...

News

7th​ August: National Handloom Day

Handloom sector is a symbol of India’s rich and varied cultural heritage. Handloom is an important source of livelihood in...

Minister Of Foreign Affairs Of Serbia Attends Inuguration Of Colombia’s President

The swearing in of Gustavo Petro as Colombia's president was attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of...

Serbia Government Debt 31.3 Billion Euros

At the end of June, Serbia government debt amounted to 31.3 billion euros, which is 53.2 percent of gross...

‘Zoe’ Becomes the World’s First Named Heat Wave

The heat wave that hit the southern part of Spain last week is the first in history to get...

Construction Of New Balkan Energy Route Underway

Europe is investing 240 billion euros in the electricity transmission network, with plans to build a new network towards...