Sunday, February 28, 2021

Still an Open Wound: Radio Television of Serbia

By Emma Woods BELGRADE, The headquarters to the Serbian public broadcaster is startlingly incompatible with its surroundings.  It is not every day you see a...

Making Belgrade a Home

By Hoi Mun Yee BELGRADE, Australian Philomena O’Brien had just celebrated her 39th birthday in Budapest and was on her way to Iran when her...

Boys and Feminism: Centre E8 challenges Serbia’s patriarchal society

By Nedim Filipovic BELGRADE - Men in uniform flank Bratislav Gasic, Serbia’s Defense Minister, as he exits the Prva Petoletka Namenska factory in Trstenik, Serbia earlier...

Burek: A Warm Welcome to Belgrade

By Maeve Rogers BELGRADE, Burek will stop you in your tracks the first time you smell it. A strong aroma hits you, taking over all of...

Space Refugees Leave Behind

By Alexandra Cheney BELGRADE, After a week of cold and rain, the sunny Saturday afternoon in Belgrade was a welcome relief. The park buzzed with locals...

Rebel with a Cause

By Anna Squires BELGRADE, Anita Mitic always felt like a rebel. But then, she would have to. Any 25-year-old NGO director must at some level delight...

Shish Kebab

by Stefan Plavsic Belgrade, Believe it or not, a “Boulevard of Hungry People” really exists. It has a regular name but people call it this...

Learning Pain

By Emma Woods BELGRADE/PRISTINA, Serbia has been trying to join the European Union, but many of its citizens still have a passionate anti-western sentiment. These...