Share This: 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).
Share This: 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 … Continue reading
Share This: 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 … Continue reading
Share This: 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 … Continue reading
Share This: 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, … Continue reading
Share This: 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
Share This: 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 … Continue reading
Share This: In his opening statement, the Serbian Prime Minister spoke about the Government’s achievements in 2016, but also priorities in 2017, external factors that impact on our situation, but also internal strengths and resources that make us strong Nobody … Continue reading
Share This: Campaigns “Be Responsible” and “The vaccine prevents in Serbia against cervical cancer” that were implemented during 2016 were aimed at raising awareness on the prevention of cervical cancer in Serbia, which annually takes 400 lives of women.
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević Photo: Mladen Sekulić RT Vojvodina has, after the Provincial elections this spring, undergone some personal changes, which affected management and some of the famous TV faces, resulting in cancelling some popular TV shows. These events … Continue reading
Share This: 13 new irresistible tastes for sweets from Dr.Oetker family were presented at an event held in a pleasant atmosphere of Maxi supermarket Alonso. The products are imported from Germany, and are on sale at selected Tempo and Maxi … Continue reading
Share This: “Digitisation is changing all industrial sectors, and one of the sectors that will be impacted the most in the near future is certainly the financial sector. Shoppers are accustomed to using their mobile phones for payments and other … Continue reading
Share This: 2016 The Year of Entrepreneurship is a comprehensive set of different programmes devised by the state authorities with the goal of promoting entrepreneurial strengths, helping first time entrepreneurs and those who have already developed their businesses and providing … Continue reading
Share This: Sputnik has been launched, and it succeeded! Ljubinka Milinčić is the director of the new news agency in Serbia, Sputnik. This agency named upon the first satellite quickly became one of the most influential and most quoted news … Continue reading
Share This: The ruling party, which once again leads the government, promised already two years ago to carry out reforms at full speed, but obviously a lot of work has been left unfinished. With the new mandate there are no … Continue reading
Share This: The case of Savamala has demonstrated that the supervisory authorities and the citizens themselves have stood up in defence of the rule of law and legal certainty. I believe that, after this event, nobody will dare to stray … Continue reading
Share This: Have you heard of TTIP? Well, sounds like a computer protocol or an artificial street drug, but it is something more valuable. Or more sinister. Depending on which side of the fence you are standing. Some might say … Continue reading
Share This: PricewaterhouseCoopers stated that Serbia’s image was one of the key prerequisites for its economic development. Hence, one of the most important goals of the EXIT Foundation is rebranding and improving Serbia’s image in the world. We are talking … Continue reading
Share This: Communications industry is known for changing at a fast pace – you either keep up with trends or you don’t exist. We chose an even more ambitious path – to set trends in the market.
Share This: After five years serving in Serbia, the current Israeli ambassador is heading back to Tel Aviv, leaving bilateral and investment relations between the two countries in better shape than ever, and with the only regret that the potential … Continue reading