The report Chapter 27 in Serbia: No-Progress Report deals with the key events in the areas of environment and climate change (Chapter 27 in the EU accession negotiations) in the Republic of Serbia in the period from November 2017 to February 2018. The report assesses those events and makes recommendations for strengthening the process of transposition and implementation of the EU legislation covered by this chapter.
As part of a series of events marking the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, Dr Andreas Poltermann held a lecture entitled "Protestantism - or: Modernization of the World", on June 13th 2017 in Belgrade.
For the second time, Serbian Prime Minister Vučić has reconfirmed his mandate by means of new elections. The EU interprets the election victory as a pro-European signal. What does his Progressive Party really stand for?
In light of the stagnant economy, fiscal problems are coming to the forefront. They consist of high state expenditure which is partially financed by indebtedness, but also of irrational utilization of loans taken, which are being used as a means for buying the social peace, instead for investments – for example, in infrastructure.
Some small number of refugees from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and other war – torn countries pass through the region for few years now. As transit countries, this states os SOE let them go through by themselves. When the number of refugees increased this year, situation didn’t change a lot.