The arrest of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny – and the Biden administration’s decision to impose sanctions – highlights the tension between Washington’s desire to promote human rights and US strategic interests.
LET'S CONDUCT A VACCINATION AND PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY CAMPAIGN DURING THE PANDEMIC, PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF GOD
Autor: Director of CEAS, Jelena Milić
I am begging Serbian pro-European and other associations of citizens, engaged influential individuals, and independent media – let’s unite and mobilize to encourage fellow citizens to get vaccinated and to be more responsible. Please, for the love of God, as President Vučić said to the pensioners the other day. If we manage to convince just a couple of them, it will at least be a start. Let's not reach the moment when we have more vaccines than the people who want to be vaccinated.
The president's speech at the Munich Security Conference offers an opportunity to repair transatlantic relations, in part by addressing sources of tension directly.
Čedomir Jovanović, “leader” of long non existing Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and Nenad Čanak, “leader” of tiny regional party League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina (LSV) are rehabilitating intensively these days convicted war criminal and Srebrenica genocide denier, Vojislav Šešelj, leader of the not any more parliamentarian Serbian Radical Party (SRS) by participating in fake debate with him and alike on obscure national TV Happy. Namely, despite the reduced census threshold of 3%, SRS was expelled from the parliament by the citizens of Serbia in the recent elections, a great sign coming from Serbia that many tend to overlook.