The stupidity test

A list of 50 things the general public in Serbia is prone to believing, mostly thanks to the uncritical attitude towards the numerous information they have been fed by various media over the decades.

The other cheek

In June 2010, after the Vidovdan celebration in Gazimestan, twenty or so members of Obraz (Cheek) took a picture, posing in a brotherly embrace with Alexander Konuzin, the Russian ambassador in Serbia.

Social contract

In order to find a man who has been evading police and army forces for years, you need a lot of things: binoculars, GPS, bulletproof vest, mosquito repellent, Zippo lighter, rifle, antidote for snake bites, miner’s lamps, a pony…

That foundation stone of Serbia

Mr. Dacic’s statement concisely summarized not only the position of the current Serbian Government on Kosovo, but also the master narrative of the entire contemporary Serbian politics. This narrative is based on three premises.