Ethnic tribalism and the poison of religion with its magical fairy tales are the weak links where malevolent actors like Russia can manipulate and damage democracy – even in a modern European context like Serbia.
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Serbian opposition boycotts parliamentary sessions in protest against what they see as the increasingly authoritarian rule of President Aleksandar Vucic.
Serbia’s prime minister on Wednesday rejected an independent freedom watchdog’s report that downgraded the Balkan country from “free” to “partly free.”
Thousands have marched through snow-covered streets in Serbia’s capital to protest the populist government of President Aleksandar Vucic for an eighth week.
Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic announced the arrest of the mayor of a Belgrade suburb on Friday in connection with an attack on a journalist.
Thousands march in Belgrade in anti government protests to mark the anniversary of the unresolved assassination of Kosovo Serb leader.
Thousands turned out on Saturday in Belgrade for the sixth week of street protests against populist Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and his government.
An opposition alliance called a protest after assailants recently beat up, seriously injured a leftist party leader and associates in southern Serbian city.
The “Slobodan Show” premieres Tuesday in Gracanica, a Serb enclave in Kosovo exploring his personality cult
A Serbian theatre group in Kosovo is set to stage a musical about the life of Serbia’s