While a (rather small) part of the world is approaching the mostly western yearly festive season and people are evaluating the past year, I, too, look back and assess my personal achievements, but also what we have accomplished as a society. Did we grow, or did we fail? Did we make our society more equal, […]
The EU-Western Balkans summit in Slovenia on 6 October ended with a renewed sense of heightened impatience with the blockages in the accession processes of the six candidate countries. There is an urgent need for the economic and investment plan, that was proposed exactly one year ago, to materialise – especially as it is a […]
All this is a confirmation that no one in the EU is bothered with the country’s return of autocracy.
The question of how will Vučić react to increasing pressure at home remains open.
The election of the new Serbian president was almost unanimosly greeted in Brussels.
Serbian political scene needs “ideologisation” rather than “unification”.