Tag: Serbia

In-depth | Serbia

The Exploitation of Global Workers

By - 13.02.2020

A precarious life for foreign workers in Serbia.

In-depth | Croatia

An expensive new whim of Zagreb’s Mayor

By - 22.01.2020

The bonds connecting the Zagreb Manhattan and Belgrade Waterfront projects.

One-on-one | Music

Nemesis: This isn’t a story about girls wanting to be boys

By - 03.01.2020

A women’s death metal group from Serbia is breaking down barriers and conquering the region.

Blogbox | Books

Fatal misunderstandings with reality

By - 05.12.2019

The Atlas of Pseudo-mythology, Svetislav Basara, Službeni Glasnik, Belgrade, 2018.

Perspectives | Human Rights

A betrayal of literature

By - 16.10.2019

How and why the Nobel Committee for Literature awarded Peter Handke.

One-on-one | Education

Jelena Vasiljević: We live in a society where all walks of life and all institutions are affected by political and party interests

By - 15.10.2019

Rethinking Academia (Part 3) — Belgrade researcher talks university autonomy, solidarity and university degrees as status symbols.

Lately | Culture

Marina Abramović marks homecoming with Belgrade retrospective

By - 27.09.2019

‘The Cleaner’ is set to be exhibited until January 2020.

One-on-one | Politics

Roland Gjoni: Kosovo is simultaneously ‘too big’ and ‘too small’ of an international issue

By - 19.09.2019

Legal and political scientist talks geopolitics, Albanian nationalism and domestic tensions in Albania.

Perspectives | Culture

Have language politics in Kosovo failed?

By - 24.04.2019

Where we stand between norms and reality.

Perspectives | Serbia

Our children are learning distorted stories of Serbia’s past

By - 10.04.2019

How Serbia has drawn a veil over one part of its history.

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