In the shadow of the Ukraine war: Serbia’s election reveals scepticism of the West
There should be a lesson here for the radical left in the region, argues Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
After Ukraine, are the Balkans next?
Talk of war has returned to the former Yugoslavia, reports Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
The anti-capitalist struggle against environmentally-destructive neoliberalism in Serbia
Vladimir Unkovski-Korica analyses the movement against the Rio Tinto mine in Serbia and the prospects for the left
Blockades at a crossroads: can the movement in Serbia stop Rio Tinto?
Anja Ilić reports on Saturday's road blockades against Rio Tinto's plans to open a new lithium mine in Serbia and analyses the state of the movement
The Serbia–Kosovo Treaty: a servile acquiescence to American imperialism
The ‘economic normalisation’ agreement between Serbia and Kosovo is nothing other than a shoring up of US economic and geopolitical interests, argues Anja Ilic
Serbia and the 'refugee crisis': from good Samaritan to guard of 'Fortress Europe'
Obedience to European diktat and fierce competition in national politics has helped to harden Serbia's policy towards refugees and migrants, argues Anja Ilić
Authoritarian neoliberalism shows its ugly police face in Serbia
Police brutality shows shallow support for Serbia’s government, reports Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
Serbia’s quagmire: 7 conclusions from Europe’s first Covid-19-era election
The ruling party wins a landslide, but it faced an opposition boycott, reports Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
Imperial undertones of Trump’s hurried deal for the Balkans
The US President is hoping that he can broker a Serbia-Kosovo deal ahead of the November elections, writes Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
EU-Turkish border crisis spills over to Serbia
Racist patrols and protests are spreading in Serbia, as the far-right seeks to exploit the migrant crisis for political gain, says Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
Serbia's spring in October
Written in 2000, Lindsey German analyses the Serbian revolution and NATO's bombing of Yugoslavia which began 20 years ago today
Left advances in Serbia: news from the protest frontlines
The left has to engage with mass movements but to maintain an independent profile, argues Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
New wave of protests in Serbia – opening new horizons?
In the face of austerity and exploitation, the left must act as a counterweight to the established political order, argues Anja Ilic
Students protest in Albania: internationalist alternatives in the Balkans
Students in Albania are protesting, and the solidarity pouring in from across the Balkans shows the possibility for internationalist alternatives, argues Kevin Ovenden
Tensions in the Balkans: is Serbia preparing to recognise Kosovo?
The Serbian President’s rhetoric since July 2017 has been suggestive of a compromise deal – but, argues Vladimir Unkovski-Korica, the future is still uncertain
Belgrade’s municipal elections: a class analysis
After the regime’s win, the left needs to build a movement in the working-class areas
The rebirth of mass politics in Serbia; Exhibit B: industrial action
There is a strike wave in Serbia. We take a look at what is going on
Rapidly decreasing middle ground: the Balkans and the Trump Effect
Southeastern Europe is far from exempt from post-neoliberal global convulsions, observes Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
Serbian elections: more of the same?
Serbia's prime minister will not have much opposition in parliament, though it may prove more difficult to implement his policies, writes Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
Serbia: workers resist neoliberal attack on their rights
Workers in Serbia have taken to the streets to defend their rights in the largest protest movement since the beginning of the global financial crisis writes Pavle Ilic of Marks21