• Over a Decade After the PM Assassination: Political Background Still Unknown 04.09.2014 Belgrade

    Over a Decade After the PM Assassination: Political Background Still Unknown

    The executors and organisers have been convicted but despite often repeated promises the Serbian PM assassination's political background has remained unsolved for 11 years More

  • 01.09.2014 Beograd

    Serbian Mercenaries in Ukraine: For Religion... and Money

    While Russian media praise the participation of Serbian volunteers in fighting in eastern Ukraine, Serbian top leadership accuses them of being mercenaries and announces harsh punishment More

  • 25.03.2013 Belgrade

    A FROG AND DEMOCRACY

    Zoran Djindjic used to come to his cabinet in 2002-2003 and permanently repeat: We have to fulfill our responsibility towards The Hague and resolve the Kosovo issue as soon as possible, otherwise the whole process of democratization and modernization of Serbia will be seriously slowed down and obstructed. More

  • Four ladies – four aces 21.01.2013 Belgrade

    Four ladies – four aces

    Directors of the Representative Offices of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia (CCIS) in four European states speak for the Novi Magazin about their experiences, the attraction of investors, merchants and partners to Serbia and the struggle with prejudice and poor reputation of the state More

  • I don’t trust religion, I trust God 06.12.2012 Beograd

    I don’t trust religion, I trust God

    Interview: William Paul Young More

  • 03.12.2012 Beograd

    Europe-YES! Corruption-NO!

    The conversation with the First Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić took place on Sunday, between the morning session of the Government of the Republic of Serbia and the memorial service for the victims of the wars in the area of former Yugoslavia held in Saborna crkva (the Cathedral) only a day after the news on arresting the suspects for malpractices related to the manure business. More

  • 13.07.2012 Belgrade

    Dacic’s storm on the banks

    Although he has not yet got hold of Prime Minister’s seat, Ivica Dacic has alreadystarted scaring off the investors.His statement that "financial sector is the biggest enemy of our nation because its only aim is to rip people off and that it will not happen..." can today be heardonly in North Korea, Cuba, Venezuela and similar countries - if there are still any left. More

  • The resurrection of JSO icons 09.07.2012 Belgrade

    The resurrection of JSO icons

    Somehow, it all came handy! Practically at the same time when it was announced that the Socialist Party of Serbia and the Serbian Progressive Party would form the new government, the Gendarmerie promoted a new oath in which Kosovo is set as a condition of survival of Serbs and Serbia. More

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