We hear a lot about the “delimitiation” or “demarcation” or something of a kind that the Serbs and the Albanians “must do” to resolve the conflict, and it seems like a very, very bad idea for numerous reasons. Let’s see … Continue reading
The Bar Association of Belgrade is seeking amendments to the Criminal Procedure Code and the Law on Civil Procedure to allow for the obligatory recording of all trials in Serbia.
The German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK Serbia) in cooperation with the Committee of the German Economy for Eastern Europe – Eastern European Association of German Economy (OA) organized regional conference on political, economic and social perspectives in the countries of … Continue reading
Responsible towards ourselves and the future generations to which we have to provide conditions for a dignified life in their country. That is my personal vision and the vision of DNS
Western Balkan (WB) countries have been implementing public administration reforms (PAR) as one of the fundamental reform areas on the path to EU membership, while their progress has been regularly monitored and assessed by the European Commission.
French Ambassador to Serbia H. E. Frédéric Mondoloni on September 21 organised a traditional cocktail in the gardens of the embassy, attended by a large number of prominent officials.
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”.
The arrival of powerful multinational companies in Novi Sad, attract other investors, which value highly skilled workforce, creativity, a strong scientific community and good business conditions, as a magnet
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 are not.
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 Europe, which … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević The recent success with the negotiation over the name of the southernmost former Yugoslav republic (which will be called North Macedonia), brought back memories of great successes and tragic failures during the last 30 years. Here are … Continue reading
How a war far away, thousands of kilometres eastward from the Mediterranean, led to the birth of a vivid Russian colony on the island of Capri in the early 20th century Text: Robert Čoban
The 2018 Youth 20 Summit began on the 13th in the city of Córdoba in central Argentina, under the slogan “Shaking the present, building the future.” The Youth 20 or Y20 is the engagement group that brings together young leaders … Continue reading
Model G20 encourages students from local state schools to recreate major G20 debates. Argentina’s Minister of Education, Alejandro Finocchiaro, attended the exercise.
No government is happy with being criticized by the media regardless of how aware it is that being criticized is beneficial for democracy
Whenever government members appear at diplomatic receptions that is interpreted as sending a clear political message
In the lobby of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia an exhibition dedicated to the friendship of the two peoples about the US-Serbian friendship was held on the occasion of marking 100 years since the “Serbian Day” in … Continue reading
By Adrian Kranjčević International Conference “Enlargement of the European Union from Sofia to London and beyond: Results and Perspectives for the Western Balkan Countries”, Novi Sad, June 27th 2018.
The G20 Meeting of Agriculture Ministers ends today in Buenos Aires. It seeks to build consensus on public policies for a sustainable food future, one of the priorities of the Argentine G20 presidency this year.
Text: Žikica Milošević The West is falling apart in terms of economic cooperation (at least Trump’s America is drifting away from the rest of the allies in G-7), and the unlikely harmony is emerging in the East, in the mighty … Continue reading