Also by Nevena Bogdanovic
July 29, 2022
Belgrade Doles Out Deals To Firms Despite U.S. Sanctions For Alleged Crime Ties
Serb nationals continue to win construction contracts in Serbia and Serb-controlled areas of Kosovo despite being blacklisted by the U.S. Treasury Department in December for organized crime ties, an investigation by RFE/RL’s Balkan Service has found.
December 01, 2021
'Like Someone Cutting Off Your Arms And Legs': Rio Tinto's Lithium Mine Sparks Anger In Serbia
A multibillion-dollar mining venture becomes a symbol of public resistance, as Serbia's ruling party pushes through laws that would make it easier to override public opposition to such projects.
November 10, 2021
Graffiti War: Battle In The Streets Over Ratko Mladic Mural
A spray-painted image of wartime Bosnian Serb leader and convicted war criminal Ratko Mladic has been put under police guard after ultranationalists objected to efforts to erase the divisive image from a wall in Serbia's capital.
March 13, 2021
Drug Wars, Wiretaps, And Hooligans: Serbia's Gangland Roundup Tests The System
President Aleksandar Vucic has pledged to take down a notorious criminal group with ties to hooligan fans of Belgrade's storied Partizan soccer team. But a month after a police sweep, troubling signs have emerged.
April 02, 2020
Ex-Envoy Bildt Questions Serbia, Hungary's Use Of 'China Card' Amid COVID-19 Crisis
One of Europe's most influential former diplomats has taken aim at perceptions that Europe has done little to help the Balkans as they grapple with the coronavirus pandemic and puts China's contributions in perspective.