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Bojan Cvejic is a K2.0 correspondent from Serbia. He has a master’s degree in journalism from the Belgrade Faculty of Political Sciences. He is a journalist at Danas Daily and a member of the executive board of the Independent Journalists Association of Serbia.

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Legalizing prostitution in Serbia

By Bojan Cvejic

Recently, debates on legalizing prostitution have appeared in the Serbian media, the discussion triggered by comments from politicians from across the spectrum. After the police arrested eight young women suspected...

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From Kostunica to Vucic, boycott to agreement

By Bojan Cvejic

Kosovo celebrates eight years of independence on Wednesday (February 17). Our special series looks back at Kosovo’s relationship with its Western Balkans neighbors since February 17, 2008. From the declaration of...

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Vucic and Nikolic – conflict or strategic divide?

By Bojan Cvejic

Differences between a country’s president and its executive authorities are frequent in times of coalition; that is, when the head of state is a member of one political party, and...

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Serbia’s Government Torn Between NATO, Russia and Citizens

By Bojan Cvejic

With the decision earlier this month to invite Montenegro to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, NATO, Serbia is becoming increasingly surrounded by members of the alliance. Serbia, Bosnia and...

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Serbia’s Self-Censoring Media

By Bojan Cvejic

Censoring of the media in Serbia is officially non-existent. That is to say, the notion of censorship is strongly rejected by the authorities and there is little evidence to support...

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Winter Brings a Fresh Challenge for Serbia in Handling Refugee Crisis

By Bojan Cvejic

Since the beginning of the refugee crisis in Europe, more than 200,000 displaced people have passed through Serbia. Most of them have fled from war zones, mainly Syria, Iraq and...

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Agriculture and Ecology More Challenging for Serbia Than Relations With Kosovo

By Bojan Cvejic

Having been granted candidate status in 2012, negotiations for Serbia’s accession to the European Union began in January 2014. Earlier this year, the screening process for all 35 chapters of...

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Serbian Authorities Drowning Criticism of Belgrade Waterfront Project

By Bojan Cvejic

In thirty years time, one of Belgrade’s oldest neighbourhoods, on the banks of the Sava river and close to the center of the city, will resemble one of the grandiose...

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America Attempts to ‘Separate’ Belgrade From Russia

By Bojan Cvejic

In the last four months, Serbia’s Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vucic, paid two official visits to the United States of America, where he was received at the highest state level. The...

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Gay Pride Parade and Armoured Vehicles on the Streets of Belgrade

By Bojan Cvejic

A Gay Pride parade was held yesterday in the central streets of Belgrade, the city’s third in consecutive years, and the second to take place without incident. Almost a thousand...

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With Vucic's Popularity Constantly Rising, Is This the Pride Before the Fall?

By Bojan Cvejic

The current Prime Minister of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, and his Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) have both garnered significant support from the people in Serbia’s modern political era (post-Milosevic regime and...

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The Storm After ‘Storm’ in Serbian-Croatian Relations

By Bojan Cvejic

More than 20 years after the end of the former Yugoslavia wars, two past adversaries, Serbia and Croatia, have once again engaged in ‘conflict.’ This time, fortunately, the weapons used...

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Lawyer strike in Serbia has no end in sight

By Bojan Cvejic

For almost 50 days the courtrooms of Serbia have been empty. Due to a workers strike consisting of a few thousand lawyers, there have been almost no trials. According to...

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A Different Kind of Rainbow Parade

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Where was the aid from Kosovo?

By Bojan Cvejic