Kosovo – Serbia, the EU and Germany
Europe seems to be allowing Germany to lead it into a historic blunder by freezing Serbia out rather than bringing it in.
Quo vadis, Serbia?
Despite Europe’s general loss of interest in further expansion, Serbia's state of aporia keeps it riveted to the European Union; leaving the country without a road, much less a roadmap.
The future of Serbia is in defining its interests
Instead of focusing on the old habit of 'nationalism' and 'national interest', Serbia needs to define its future position regionally and globally, particularly with respect to EU integration, Kosovo and Bosnia.
Serbia's Sandzak at odds with Belgrade
Calls for greater autonomy for Sandzak - particularly by the head of the Islamic Community in Serbia, Mufti Muamer Zukorlic - continue to place Serbia's predominantly Bosniak south-west corner at odds with Belgrade.
From Russia with loans
The agreements signed during president Medvedev’s visit to Belgrade not only reinforce Russia’s economic influence over Serbia, but also demonstrate that relations between the two... Read More
Beijing – the fourth pillar of Serbian foreign policy
A recently signed strategic partnership agreement between Serbia and China means that Beijing is now firmly established as the fourth pillar of Serbian foreign policy.