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Analyses | | Marta Szpala

The Serbian government is declaring its chief priority is the continuation of the integration process and a quick start of accession negotiations with the EU. To this end, it has been making efforts primarily to normalise its relations…

Analyses | | Tomasz Dąborowski, Andrzej Sadecki, Marta Szpala

Russia’s Gazprom and the state-controlled Serbian and Hungarian energy companies on 29 and 31 October passed final investment decisions concerning the construction of the Serbian and Hungarian sections of the South Stream gas pipeline.…

Analyses | | Marta Szpala

On 27th July the Serbian parliament approved the composition and programme of the new government led by Ivica Dacic with the votes of 142 members (out of 250). The main party in the coalition is the left-wing Serbian…

Analyses | | Marta Szpala
The presidential runoff was held on 20 May in Serbia. The snap election was unexpectedly won by the candidate of the right-wing Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), Tomislav Nikolic. Nikolic’s advantage over Boris Tadic, the incumbent…
Analyses | | Marta Szpala
On 6 May parliamentary, presidential and local elections were held in Serbia. In the election to the National Assembly none of the parties won a landslide victory. The first round of the presidential election was not conclusive.…
Analyses | | Marta Szpala
On 5 April, ten months before the end of his term, the Serbian president, Boris Tadic resigned from his office. His resignation will enable the presidential, parliamentary and local elections to be held on the same day 6th May.…
Analyses | | Marta Szpala

On 2 March, the European Council granted Serbia the status of official EU candidate. This decision crowns the process of reforms and changes in foreign policy introduced by the Boris Tadić’s government. The changes…