Serbia and Kosovo are planning to sign an agreement at the White House on September 4, the US presidential administration said. The nature of the agreements was not disclosed, but earlier it was said that at the talks Pristina and Belgrade would
The importance of comedian Volodymyr Zelensky’s victory in the second round of Ukraine’s presidential election is not that he won but that incumbent Petro Poroshenko lost – badly.
Many readers likely never heard the name of the remarkable Serbia-born political operator named Srđa Popović.
Among many contrasting groups of Russophiles in Serbia, the dominant two confronted groups are, on the one side, those who recognize only the Russian Empire, and therefore Russia only up until 1917, and on the other hand, those who from Russia’s h
A really remarkable chain of events has been happening to Serbs during recent months and weeks. It started at the end of 2016 and continued even faster with the beginning of 2017.