Text: Žikica Milošević Igor Mihaljević, one of the “sharpest knives in the drawer” of Serbian journalism, was silently dismissed from RT Vojvodina, but didn’t give up. Instead, he launched his own media house, ZTZ Media, abbreviated from Znaš ti zašto … Continue reading
Although not an EU member state, Norway fully supports Serbia’s EU integration process, and hopest to see more Norwegian companies coming to the Serbian market. We spoke with H.E. Arne Sannes Bjørnstad, Norwegian Ambassador to Serbia about the perspective of … Continue reading
Tel Aviv has been recognized as one the world’s smartest city, taking advantage of its flourishing Startup Ecosystem to improve the overall tourism experience. These Smart City principles can enhance Belgrade’s tourism tools and infrastructures too.
Dear readers, There are few ultimate dystopian novels that everyone knows. These are “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley and “1984” by George Orwell (both derived from “We” by Yevgeny Zamyatin, by the way).
Dear readers, During the era of Socialism I took a particular pleasure to confront with my brilliant Marxism teacher. He preached about dialectical materialism, and I promoted the thesis that mediaeval Christian philosophy based on metaphysical idealism is true. They … Continue reading
A year ago we started a new magazine, with a clear aim to be the most objective among the printed media in our country. We tried to cover both sides of the stories, because we clearly knew that the truth … Continue reading
Text: Robert Čoban “Aruba, Jamaica, ooh I wanna take ya, to Bermuda, Bahama, come on pretty mama…” these are famous lyrics from the Beach Boys’ 1988 song “Kokomo”. The Island of Kokomo, of course, doesn’t exist, but of the aforementioned … Continue reading
Žikica Milošević, Editor-in-Chief Dear readers, Ewan McGregor, commenting on the second installment of the famous film Trainspotting (T2), said that the 90s had this tremendous feeling of optimism and euphoria and that Trainspotting, hand in hand with Oasis, depicted this … Continue reading
We are living in times with no secrecy allowed, says Katarina Jonev, analyst for cyber security policy, commenting the ongoing debate on so-called “Russian hackers” influencing the outcome of the American presidential elections last year
The year 2016 has posed a question to all of us, about the future of the EU itself, but also because of the horror of terrorism, the migrant crisis, economic challenges, and the growth of extremism, but Serbia remains dedicated … Continue reading