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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

Tell Me a Story of Serbia and the European Union

“The European Union will dissolve the moment Serbia is finally ready to join it” – is this just one in a string of jokes in the streets of Belgrade or a prophecy that is turning into reality? Why Serbia, unlike many others, was not able to join the European Union and is the flame of the European idea in XXI ...
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A Possible Europe and the Years Before Us

… With Brexit, Europe enters the period of deeper transformation that could be compared with great changes in the nineties of the last century that have drastically reshaped the European geopolitical landscape. Thus far, Brexit had no domino effect, even though the “neverending crises” (migration issues, problems in the Eurozone etc) have deeply shaken the Union by dividing its members ...
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Prokopijević on the end of Euro, published by Springer

The End of Euro, an article by Miroslav Prokopijević, our Principal Research Fellow, has just been published in Springer’s Economy, Finance and Business in Southeastern and Central Europe ...
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Traders and Heroes: Patriotic Rumifications

The Institute and the Society for Economic History have just published a translation of famous and controversial classic written by Werner Sombart in 1915, Heroes and Merchants: Patriotic Rumifications (Händler und Helden: patriotische Besinnungen). Book is translated to Serbian by Dr Aleksa Buha with an excellent introduction written by Dr Mihael Antolovic ...
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