Francesco Martino | 1 March 2018

The European Commission has renewed its strategy for the accession of the western Balkans as an essential geo-strategic investment for the EU. From Brussels, however, no concessions can be expected. 

Belgrade, town of two rivers

The avant-garde scene of the Belgrade youth, at the crossroads between past and future. By Filippo Bardazzi and Laura Chiaroni, co-published with Rassegna Est

Good morning Pančevo

One of the most polluted cities in Europe, home of a large industrial district during Socialist Yugoslavia, Pančevo suffered the devastating consequences of the NATO bombings of 1999. It is now slowly rising up. A video-report

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