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Vladimir Gligorov

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...

Vladimir Gligorov, Economist And Political Scientist

Awaiting The Assigning Of Destiny

How political changes will look following contrasting outcomes of the conflict in Ukraine within certain countries, especially Serbia,...

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...

Vladimir Gligorov, Economist And Political Scientist

A Hand In The Budget Replaces Force

The advantage that those in power have – primarily the budget and propaganda – should prevail over political...

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...

Dr Vladimir Gligorov, Professor At The Vienna Institute For International Economic Studies

Frozen Interregnum

Frozen conflicts, which are potential sources of instability by their very nature, favour authoritarian rule. So it seems...

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...

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...

Vladimir Gligorov, Economist And Political Analyst

Scientist Losing or Gaining Time

There is always the risk of losing elections, so why would a government with a solid parliamentary majority – as the Serbian government certainly commands – call for early elections in the middle of its current mandate? Would those elections not slow down implementation of the current government programme?

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Milšped Group Launches Direct Rail Line Between China and Serbia

Milšped Group, a leader in regional transportation and logistics, has announced a new partnership with Shijiazhuang International Land Port...

French Embassy and Institute in Serbia Launch ‘Rhythm of French Culture’ Event Series

The French Embassy and the French Institute in Serbia are organising an event called Rhythm of French Culture. This year,...

Albania to Utilize Drones in Anti-Cannabis Campaign

Albania is set to enhance its anti-cannabis efforts by deploying advanced drone technology, announced Interior Minister Taulant Bala. Starting...

Serbian Red Cross Launches Pioneering Migration Platform

Responding to a significant increase in migrant numbers, the Serbian Red Cross has unveiled a cutting-edge digital platform, earning...

Ghana to Open Embassy in Belgrade

Ghana is set to open an embassy in Belgrade, as announced by Serbia's Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić following a...