Also by Sonja Gocanin
November 14, 2023
High-Tech Chinese 'Border Scanners' Raise Transparency, Privacy Questions In Serbia
The Chinese company Nuctech has donated mobile border scanners to Serbian customs amid a surge of migrants passing through the Balkan country. Nuctech is blacklisted in the United States and much of the EU, raising questions about data security in Belgrade's ties with Chinese tech companies.
March 13, 2023
Exclusive: Expelled Russian Diplomats With Spy Links Resurface In Serbia
While many European states have shown the door to hundreds of Russian diplomats, not only have they found a new home in Serbia, but the country has taken in alleged Russian spies, an RFE/RL investigation reveals.
October 23, 2022
Amid Environmental Concerns, A Chinese Mining Company In Serbia Looks To Repair Its Image Through Sport
In the face of growing scrutiny and protests over its poor environmental record, China's Zijin Mining Group is making donations to local sports teams in Serbia in what activists and watchdogs allege is an attempt to rehabilitate its reputation.
March 16, 2022
In Serbia, Threats And Insults Are A Cost Of Reporting On Russia's Invasion Of Ukraine
A Serbian reporter fears for the safety of his family and the young Ukrainian refugee he profiled after Russia invaded its neighbor. The online harassment and allegations of "Zputin bots" are outward signs of how the conflict is tugging at loyalties in this Balkan society.