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belgrade-s-landscape-changes-for-ladies-of-public-transport-02-27-2017
16 Aug 17

Belgrade’s Landscape Changes for Ladies of Public Transport

It’s increasingly likely you’ll see women in the driver’s seat of Belgrade’s streetcars – but they still face the odd challenge.

what-kosovo-can-t-expect-from-vucic-s-call-for-dialogue-08-14-2017
14 Aug 17

What Kosovo Can(’t) Expect from Vucic’s Call for Dialogue

Far from signalling a new era in Serbia-Kosovo relations, Vucic’s recent call to ‘get real’ on the issue could lead to attempts to redraw borders.

bye-bye-baby-boxes-06-08-2017
10 Aug 17

Balkan Parents Dream of Finnish Baby Boxes

Finland famously hands out ‘baby boxes’ packed with useful products for infants, but the ones given to new mothers in the Balkans tend to be be less generous, if they exist at all.

belgrade-raw-strips-city-to-bare-bones-06-02-2017
08 Aug 17

Belgrade Raw Strips City to Bare Bones

A Serbian photographers’ collective is challenging traditional depictions of the Serbian capital.

an-alternative-tour-of-belgrade-s-natural-charms-07-31-2017
07 Aug 17

An Alternative Tour of Belgrade’s Natural Charms

Inspired by ecology and ‘Monty Python’, Dejan Jevtic offers something completely different to the usual tours – an environmentally-conscious view of the city.

ailing-defendants-cause-headaches-for-hague-tribunal-08-04-2017
07 Aug 17

Ailing Defendants Cause Headaches for Hague Tribunal

The fear of another defendant dying in custody before his final verdict like Slobodan Milosevic has made the UN war crimes tribunal in The Hague take unusual precautionary measures.

self-proclaimed-liberland-lobbies-for-international-recognition-08-03-2017
04 Aug 17

Self-Proclaimed Liberland Lobbies for International Recognition

Liberland is set to take its case to the UN’s International Court of Justice while putting the finishing touches to an office in Serbia.

public-breastfeeding-still-leaves-some-serbs-uneasy-07-31-2017
02 Aug 17

Public Breastfeeding Still Leaves Some Serbs Uneasy

As the world readies to mark Breastfeeding Week, Serbian mothers share their feelings about their own experiences of this in public.

serbia-s-govt-to-cash-in-from-sound-of-music-07-31-2017
02 Aug 17

Serbia’s Govt to Cash in on Sound of Music

New measures obliging clubs and bars to sign contracts with their performers – and pay taxes on them – have divided the musical community.

might-vucic-become-serbia-s-de-gaulle-on-kosovo--08-01-2017
01 Aug 17

Might Vucic Become Serbia’s de Gaulle on Kosovo?

The Serbian President’s recent words on Kosovo invite intriguing comparisons with those of another nationalist in another time.

busting-myths-about-russia-s-balkan-designs-07-26-2017
27 Jul 17

Busting Myths About Russia’s Balkan Designs

A new book takes a searching look at what Russia is up to – and what it is not – in Southeast Europe.

krunic-the-serbian-artist-in-search-of-conversation-06-07-2017
26 Jul 17

Krunic: The Serbian Artist in Search of Conversation

Belgrade-born painter Slavko Krunic describes his portraits as ‘satiriconography’ but insists his caricature-style in no way mocks his subjects.

serbian-seniors-toil-for-survival-after-retirement-07-17-2017
25 Jul 17

Serbian Seniors Toil for Survival After Retirement

A pensioner’s union estimates more than 250,000 Serbian seniors work low-paid seasonal jobs like street vending to make a living, while young people would rather quit the country than endure dismal conditions.

europe-must-respond-to-threats-to-liberal-values-07-25-2017
25 Jul 17

Europe Must Respond to Threats to Liberal Values

As the crisis over the judiciary in Poland has shown, the EU must be more vigilant in defending values that both member states and candidate countries seem determined to test.

the-many-charms-of-valjevo-06-22-2017
24 Jul 17

The Many Charms of Serbia's Valjevo

Whether you are into hiking or history, summer or winter activities, Valjevo has it all.