U.S. Assistance in Serbia

Since 2001, the United States has provided nearly $1 billion in assistance to Serbia-strengthening the rule of law, increasing good governance, fostering inclusive economic growth, supporting cultural preservation, and helping local communities repair infrastructure and become stronger.

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Why fake news is about to get worse

Fake news is about to get worse, especially for investigators of human rights abuses, according to George Washington University’s Scott Edwards and Steven Livingston. Nearly anyone with a laptop and an Internet connection can now distort visual reality to offer exceptionally realistic — but utterly fake — photos and videos of events that did not occur, apparently perpetrated by people who were never there, they write for the Post’s Monkey Cage:

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Dr Danica Grujičić: Građani Srbije moraju da znaju da je NATO počinio ekološki genocid

Profesor dr Danica Grujičić, neurohirurg, načelnik Odeljenja za neuroonkologiju Kliničkog centra Srbije i redovni profesor na Medicinskom fakultetu u Beogradu, već duže vreme upozorava o posledicama NATO agresije na SR jugoslaviju, te učestvuje u naučnim konferencijama po pitanju posledica upotrebe radioaktivne municije od strane NATO-a na stanovništvo i životnu sredinu, ukazujući javnosti na ovo ozbiljno pitanje.

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Dr Danica Grujičić: Istina o posledicama NATO bombardovanja

Profesor dr Danica Grujičić, neurohirurg, načelnik Odeljenja za neuroonkologiju Kliničkog centra Srbije i redovni profesor na Medicinskom fakultetu u Beogradu, objavila je na svojoj FB stranici analizu posledica NATO bombardovanja SR Jugoslavije, ukazujući da nijedna politička garnitura u poslednjih 17 godina nije htela da govori o posledicama NATO bombardovanja.

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Pitanje osiromašenog uranijuma

Uprkos zaključcima velikog broja naučnih i medicinskih istraživanja koji smatraju da je takva veza između navodnog porasta broja obolelih i upotrebe osiromašenog uranijuma malo verovatna, generalni sekretar NATO-a Džordž Robertson odmah je formirao ad hoc komitet za pitanja u vezi s osiromašenim uranijumom s ulogom centra za razmenu informacija između zainteresovanih država.

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Domi: Basic principles of liberal democracies continue to challenge the Balkans

Interview with Tanya Domi, Adjunct Professor of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. Prior to her faculty appointment at Columbia in 2008, Domi worked internationally for more than a decade on issues related to democratic transitional development, including political and media development, human rights, gender and sexual identity issues and human trafficking. During her previous policy work in Bosnia and Herzegovina implementing the Dayton Peace Accords for the OSCE Mission 1996-2000, she served in the position of Spokesperson, Counselor to U.S. Ambassador Robert Barry and Chair of the OSCE Media Experts Commission. She has also worked on democratic transitional projects in Albania, Kosovo, Montenegro and Serbia.

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