This research was conducted under the Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) project Belgrade NATO Week which CEAS commissioned from the Center for Free Elections and Democracy (CeSID). Research was conducted from 29 October to 10 November 2020 on a representative sample of 800 citizens of Serbia with Computer-assisted telephone interviewing (CATI) technique.
Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) from Belgrade presents new comprehensive research results “SERBIA AND WEST: THIS IS US” which CEAS commissioned from the Center for Free Elections and Democracy (CeSID). Research was conducted from 16. to 27. Jun 2020 on a representative sample of 1.000 citizens of Serbia with Computer-assisted telephone interviewing (CATI) technique.
An open letter to the editors of the Associated Press regarding the text “Serbia’s opposition to boycott vote held during pandemic”
by Jelena Milić
Dear editors of the Associated Press,
I am writing to you with sincere concern to inform you that your branch covering my homeland has also contracted the virus of problematic reporting. I feel free to write to you publicly because I have plenty of personal and professional experience regarding disinformation and defamation campaigns. In addition to Bill Browder, I am one of the protagonists of the book “Putin's Trolls” written by the Finnish journalist Jessikka Aro. Her case involving the prize she was awarded by the State Department, which was revoked due to her criticism of President Trump on Twitter, is still being widely debated in the United States.
Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) has released a mini-analysis entitled THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON about our mentions in the media Danas, N1, Radio Free Europe, Deutsche Welle and Voice of America, in the period between the publication of the “West Side Story” report in June 2018 and mid-February 2020.
The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies from Belgrade (CEAS) hopes that despite Christmas and New Year holidays on the one hand, and complex developments in the Middle East on the other, the Western international community will find the resources to pay adequate attention and to the growing tensions in relations between the Republic of Serbia and Montenegro. They have been provoked by the adoption of the controversial Law on Freedom of Religion or Belief and the Legal Status of Religious Communities, which will take effect in Montenegro on January 8, 2020.
With the ongoing Balkan Summit in Albania #MiniSchengen, as we wait for the dialogue with Pristina to be resumed, please check out the latest report issued by the Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) in Belgrade regarding the relations between Belgrade and Pristina and possible ways towards their formalization - Don't Break the Principles.