Tag: Serbia

In-depth | Activism

The citizen activists struggling for their city

By - 01.04.2018

Four years on, ‘Ne da(vi)mo Beograd’ refuses to go away.

In-depth | Politics

Another ‘normalized’ day between Kosovo and Serbia

By , , - 27.03.2018

Đurić deportation causes yet another rift in relations.

In-depth | Refugees

Playing the EU border game

By - 23.02.2018

Closed borders means thousands of migrants remain in Balkan limbo.

In-depth | Serbia

Contemporary culture struggling to survive in Subotica

By - 22.12.2017

Local government and cultural institutions in conflict in Vojvodina.

Blogbox | Arts

The censorship of unbribability

By - 05.12.2017

Undesirable artists detained for the sake of the ruling elite’s celebration party.

Perspectives | Serbia

The war is over, but war criminals remain

By - 16.11.2017

Serbia has never cleaned up its army and police from compromised war personnel.

One-on-one | Politics

Cedomir Jovanovic: If we only take care of Kosovo Serbs, we will only sacrifice them

By - 16.11.2017

Serbian opposition deputy talks of supporting Kosovo’s independence, liberal politics, and Russian meddling.

Perspectives | Media

There is a media blackout in the ‘stabilocracy’

By - 18.10.2017

Creating a rosy media image of Serbia under the watchful eye of Aleksandar Vucic.

In-depth | Migration

Refugees stranded in Sandzak

By - 29.09.2017

Hundreds stuck in inadequate camps in Serbia’s poorest region.

Perspectives | Justice

Serbia’s poorest are being forcibly evicted by businessmen dressed as public officials

By - 28.07.2017

State-backed enforcement agents fronting class war against the vulnerable.

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