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By Daron Acemoglu and And Simon Johnson, MIT

What’s Wrong With ChatGPT?

Artificial intelligence is being designed and deployed by corporate America in ways that will disempower and displace workers...

Javier Solana/Project Syndicate

European Integration In A Fragmenting World

The European Union’s undeniable success in advancing regional integration does not make it a finished project. As threats...

Jayati Ghosh/Project Syndicate

The Rich World’s Climate Hypocrisy

Many of the statements by developed-country leaders at the COP26 summit in Glasgow are at odds with their...

By Carl Bildt, Project Syndicate

The Dangerous Balkan Standstill

Even after a quarter-century of relative peace, the Balkans have yet to achieve the lasting stability that was...

By Georg E. Riekeles / Project Syndicate

Switzerland’s Brexit Moment

Many in Switzerland have failed to recognise that their exorbitant privileges vis-à-vis the European Union could not continue....

By Michael Spence / Project Syndicate

How Great Powers Should Compete

Both China and the West espouse some version of multilateralism. But unfettered strategic competition, together with relentlessly negative...

Yanis Varoufakis / Project Syndicate

Football Takes Capitalism Out Of Bounds

Last week, Europeans showed the red card to the moguls – and their financiers – who tried to...

Diane Coyle, Professor Of Public Policy At The University Of Cambridge

The Dangers Of Data-Based Certainty

Economists are rushing to embrace the use of big data in their research, while many policymakers think artificial...

Nicholas Davis and Mark Esposito

The Digital Revolution Is Eating Its Young

We are facing an acute crisis of technological opportunity and access, owing to an invasive business model that...

Project Syndicate

A Global Green Deal

By strengthening its emissions-reduction targets and investing heavily in clean energy, greentech, and research and development, the European...

Rethinking Resilience In Business

COVID-19 is forcing firms to reimagine resilience. Instead of trying to strengthen their ability to resist change, companies...

News

EU and Serbia Strengthen Bonds Through Cultural Heritage Initiatives

The European Union is intensifying its cultural engagement in Serbia, as highlighted at a panel discussion in Užice, part...

Serbian Buyers Emerge as Major Players in Croatian Property Market

Historically, Slovenians have been the principal property buyers in Croatia, consistently leading in acquisitions with 3,403 properties bought last...

The Foreign Investors Council and EBRD Hosted Conference On Financial Services

The Foreign Investors Council of Serbia, in cooperation with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), organised the...

Belgrade Prepares for Expo 2027 with a Focus on Play and Creativity

Belgrade is gearing up to host the Specialized Expo 2027, a global event set to captivate the world from...

Sweden’s National Day Celebrated in Serbia with a Touch of ABBA

The Embassy of Sweden in Serbia celebrated the nation's 501st National Day in a lively reception hosted by Ambassador...