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Zoran Stojiljković

How New Leaders Are Born In The Western Balkans?

Unexpected Successors Of Observed Losers

In societies where no space exists to build up new political leaders, those who succeed in displacing the...

Zoran Stojiljković Ph.D., University Of Belgrade Faculty Of Political Science

Democratic Leadership And Upstanding Citizens

Is it even possible to have a strong and influential political leader within the confines of the current...

How The Ukraine Conflict Will Shape The Serbian Political Scene

Fruitless Elections

The insistence of the international community that Serbia take a clear stance on the conflict in Ukraine could...

Zoran Stojiljković, Ph.D., Professor At The University Of Belgrade Faculty Of Political Sciences

Forced (Half)changes

The post-election political scene, confronted by the certainty that it must impose at least symbolic sanctions on russia,...

Who Really Makes Decisions In Serbia?

Always “Me”, Never “Us”

At a juncture when the debate over whether the opposition can force the current president into a second...

Zoran Stojiljković Ph.D., Faculty Of Political Science, University Of Belgrade

Captured, Partocratic State

We live in a society of falsely created confusion, of anomie and apathy, lacking consensus over key values,...

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From the Seized Tobacco, 7 Tons of the Highest Quality Organic Fertilizer Were Obtained

Over 5 tons of illegal cut tobacco, as much as 3.5 tons of leaf tobacco, 26,000 boxes of cigarettes,...

Balkan Borders Blur as Free Labor Movement Pact Launches

Marking a significant shift in the labor markets of Southeast Europe, Serbia, Albania, and North Macedonia have forged an...

Southeast Europe Unites in Support for Ukraine at Tirana Summit

In a striking demonstration of unity from Tirana, Southeast European leaders, together with Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenski, have collectively...

Serbia Commits €5.4 Billion to Renewable Energy by 2030

Serbia's state-owned power company, Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS), has announced an ambitious plan to invest €5.4 billion in renewable energy...

Serbia and Angola Cement Cultural Bonds with New Cooperation Programme

Serbia and Angola have inked a Cultural Cooperation Programme set to span from 2024 to 2026, as announced by...