MLADEN JOVANOVIĆ, Head of the National Decentralization Coalition: Centralization Kills, Doesn’t it?

Share This: Many unsuccessful countries suffer from centralization. Some of them are „remnants of larger states“ with capital cities that are former regional centres which have metastasized into “the head of an octopus“, like Budapest, Yerevan, Belgrade, Sofia and Skopje. … Continue reading

Special recognition of the Serbia – Azerbaijan Friendship Society to Minister Shahin Mustafayev

Share This: At the 5th session of the Mixed Intergovernmental Committee for Economic Cooperation between Serbia and Azerbaijan, the political relations of the two countries were highly assessed and at the level of the strategic partnership. Serbia – Azerbaijan Friendship … Continue reading

Editorial: Fukuyama 2.0

Share This: Dear readers, Perhaps we all know about the Francis Fukuyama’s theory about the “end of history” which in the end of the 80s competed for the “supreme truth” together with Samuel Huntington’s “clash of civilisations”.

Ivica Dačić, Minister of Foreign Affairs and First Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia: Forced solutions don’t lead to stability of the region

Share This: We will continue working on persuading our friends and partners to support the result of the dialogue between Belgrade and Priština, because this will be the only compromising and viable solution. Constructive aid is always welcome, but obstructions … Continue reading

Zoran Panović, Editor-in-Chief of iSerbia: Living in time of hypertrophic identities – Montenegrin governance format as role model for entire region

Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević Zoran Panović comes from an area ruled by down-to-earth sages and revolutionaries. His extensive knowledge of politics, social and sociological scene, makes Panović an apt commentator of today’s turbulent situation in Serbia, the region and … Continue reading