Serbia

July 11, 2024

UN Resolution 1244 Has Become an Impediment to Lasting Serbia-Kosovo Peace

While Serbia continues to rely on the 1999 UN Security Council resolution, ill will and resentment will continue to dominate relations with Kosovo – and normalisation […]
July 10, 2024

Serbian Ministries Sign Memorandum on Development of Nuclear Power

Five ministries and 20 academic institutions and state companies signed a memorandum of understanding on nuclear energy development, at the event labelled the start of a […]
July 8, 2024

Why Russia Tolerates Serbia Sending Arms to Ukraine

Moscow prefers to ignore occasional backsliding by its ‘Serbian friends’ as it sees the relationship with Belgrade as crucial to sustaining the semblance of Russian influence […]
July 4, 2024

Serbia Detains Kosovo Albanian for War Crimes; Pristina Authorities Protest

A Serbian court has ordered custody for a Kosovo Albanian suspected of committing war crimes against Yugoslav Army troops during the Kosovo war – the fourth […]
July 4, 2024

Under New Rules, Serbia Gives up on Quality TV Programmes for Children

Broadcasters with national licences in Serbia were once required to show a certain quota of children’s programmes. The rule has been ignored for years and now […]
July 3, 2024

‘Undressed’ by AI: Serbian Women Defenceless Against Deepfake Porn

Tens of thousands of Telegram users in Serbia are sharing images of women ‘undressed’ by artificial intelligence. The law offers victims no means of fighting back.
July 2, 2024

Serbian Held in Custody Over ‘Terrorist’ Attack Near Israeli Embassy

Igor Despotovic is suspected of ‘terrorist association’ with a man who was shot dead after firing a crossbow at a Serbian gendarme guarding the Israeli embassy […]
July 2, 2024

In Serbia, Ruling Party MP’s Property Dream Comes True

In the space of just a few years, Serbian MP Vladimir Djukanovic, the ruling party’s favourite lawyer, has accumulated an impressive portfolio of apartments, but they […]
July 1, 2024

Hate and Lies: How the Serbian Authorities Shut Down a Peacebuilding Festival

After vitriolic criticism by government officials and a protest by nationalists, the Serbian Interior Ministry banned the ‘Miredita, Dobar Dan!’ cultural peacebuilding festival. One of its […]
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