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Jože Mencinger, Philippe Schmitter, Jan Zielonka, Jan Oberg, Heather Grabbe, Jens Reuter, Misha Glenny, Milica Uvalić, Damir Grubiša, Nikolai Mladenov, Vladimir Gligorov, Daniel Daianu, Michael Davenport, Branko Milanović, Aleksandar Pavković, Adam Balcer, Efraim Zuroff, Eduardo Luis Aguirre, Leonid Savin, Diego Fusaro, Jasmina Vujić, Matteo Bonomi, Dejan Jović, Leonas Tolvaišis, Dejan Mihailović, Luca Volonte, Aleksandar Dugin, Elena Ponomareva, Thomas Fleming, Nikita Bondarev, Jim Seroka

May 19 – webinar EU – Western Balkans Summit and the Question of Enlargement

The Institute of European Studies and the Hanns Seidel Stiftung are organizing a webinar on 19 May 2020 at 11h EU – Western Balkans Summit and the Question of Enlargement ...
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Cooperation Projects with the Serbian diaspora

Last week, the final confirmation arrived that both projects of cooperation with scholars from Serbian diaspora submitted by the IES were accepted. Congratulations to colleagues. Colleague Gordana Đerić will cooperate ...
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May 8 – Dunja Duić – The Changing Europe – The Public Health Crisis and the EU

The Institute of European Studies is organizing a new online lecture. Dunja Duić, PhD, LLM will speak about The Changing Europe – The Public Health Crisis and the EU After ...
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April 29 – Occultism and Esotericism in Interwar Belgrade

On Wednesday, April 29, an online lecture shall be he held by Nemanja Radulović, PhD: Occultism and Esotericism in Interwar Belgrade Nemanja Radulović, PhD, is a professor on the Department ...
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April 16 – IES Online: Relationship Between the Public Interest and Individual Freedom – A Legal Instrumentarium in Crisis Situations

IES is online! We are launching online lectures. On Thursday, April 16, starting at 13:00 a lecture shall be held by Uroš Ćemalović, PhD: Relationship Between the Public Interest and Individual ...
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