Ponedjeljak/ponedeljak, 27. septembar/rujan 2021.
11. maj/svibanj, 2016.
Konkurs za novinarsku stipendiju "Jiri Dienstbier Journalism Fellowship" za 2016-2017
Radio Slobodna Evropa otvara konkurs za novinarsku stipendiju “Jiri Dienstbier Journalism Fellowship” za mlade novinare sa Zapadnog Balkana koji će dobiti priliku za profesionalno usavršavanje
29. april/travanj, 2016.
By Electing A Populist, Serbia Is More European Than Ever
The bar for political success in the Balkans has been set very low indeed. It seems that all you need to do is to refrain from threatening to start a war and you are fit to govern. This thought was foremost in my mind as I sat up this weekend watching the returns from the Serbian parliamentary elections.
28. april/travanj, 2016.
Serbian Elections: The Ghost of Milosevic Haunts Serbia's European Path
Prime minister Aleksandar Vucic's party, which swept the early parliamentary elections on Sunday, has vowed to continue Serbia's European path. Meanwhile, his critics say his government has grown increasingly autocratic.
22. april/travanj, 2016.
The Battle Over How To Remember Croatia's Auschwitz
Each year, commemorations are held at Jasenovac to honor the victims and to renounce intolerance and violence. This year, however, there will be at least three separate commemorations -- because of concerns that the current Croatian government has failed to counter growing pro-Nazi nationalism.
19. april/travanj, 2016.
What Went Wrong? Macedonia's Crisis Of Democracy
Perhaps once again Macedonians are actually ahead of the rest of the region. We may be witnessing the dawn of another dark age in Balkan politics, a time of authoritarianism, extreme nationalism, and corrupt governments everywhere, from Zagreb to Skopje to Belgrade.
15. april/travanj, 2016.
Robertson: London's City is the Main Supporter of Tax Avoidance
The old distinction between the 'haves' and 'have-nots' is now basically a distinction between those who have off shore accounts, companies, trusts, and those who haven’t, said Geoffrey Robertson, a prominent British lawyer in an interview with RFE/RL.
13. april/travanj, 2016.
The Balkans' Beautiful Dream Is Slipping Away, Again
The EU is once again an increasingly distant dream for the Western Balkan countries. Yet this time around there's no war standing in the way of countries in the region joining the EU, but rather mutual mistrust, changing geopolitics, and the siren song emanating from Moscow.
12. april/travanj, 2016.
Hudson: Vested interests of the powerful protect offshore centers
The political and financial elite use offshore business on a massive scale and their vested interests prevent them from taking on the often opaque practices occurring in tax havens, said Michael Hudson, senior editor with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalism (ICIJ)
7. april/travanj, 2016.
The Long Shadow Of The Seselj Verdict
If Vojislav Seselj's "not guilty" verdict had been announced a day later, I would have considered it an April Fools' joke. Of course it's not -- and this tragic miscarriage of justice threatens all the potential benefits that Bosnia-Herzegovina and the region might have gained from the recent conviction of Radovan Karadzic by the same tribunal.
21. mart/ožujak, 2016.
Geoffrey Nice: Lengthy Hague trials affect victims the most
It seems self-evident that the the war crimes case of Serbian Radical Party leader and war crimes defendant Vojislav Seselj case lasted far too long, said Geoffrey Nice, who was a deputy prosecutor at the trial of Slobodan Milošević in The Hague, in an interview with RFE/RL.