Analyses

Coronavirus Has Changed the Course of Foreign Policy

  Istinomer talked about Serbia’s relationship with these four global powers in the last years with Milan Krstic, a founder of the Centre for Social Dialogue and Regional Initiatives and a teaching assistant at the International Studies Department of the Faculty of Political Sciences and Igor Novakovic, the director of research in the International and […]

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Petrovic Skero: No One Can Restrict Our Right to Human Dignity

Is the National Assembly prevented to be convoked by the Decision on ban of gathering indoors for the limited number of people?   How can one subordinate the Constitution to a decision? It is also a matter of appropriateness, especially since the decision on the state of emergency is adopted in such a way, when […]

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Third of RTS political programme for Aleksandar Vucic

Political pressure on RTS with its programme dominated by ruling parties, is not an isolated example, in fact, it is very similar to the issues the Croatian public broadcasting company is facing, as our interviewees claim. Istinomer compared RTS and HRT, and used the BBC, the oldest public broadcasting service in the world, as an […]

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Crnjanski: I don’t understand how you can stay on the side-lines when you know you’re being lied to

The Truth-o-Meter is marking its tenth anniversary. Established as the first portal in Serbia and the region to evaluate truthfulness and consistency in politicians’ statements, insisting on accountability for public speech, the Truth-o-Meter is today a relevant source of information not only for readers but also for other media. Even in these times when the […]

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Snowden from “Krušik”

This is how Aleksandar Obradović, an employee of the “Krušik” munitions plant described in an interview given to Truth-o-Meter from his house arrest some of the motives that had incited him to give to the public and to the investigative media in Serbia and Bulgaria information stating that Serbian Minister of Interior Nebojša Stefanović’s father […]

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Serbian Minister’s Affair: Doctorate that took too long

An economist, Siniša Mali (47) began his political career after the October 5th democratic changes in Serbia. In 2001 he became Assistant Minister for Privatisation. Nonetheless, he was soon transferred to the Privatisation Agency. In the following years, he built his biography as a financial expert and consultant. He was elected Mayor of Belgrade in […]

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Political Turncoats: Superficial Switch or True Change of Heart?

The phenomenon of political “turncoats” in Serbia is nothing new. However, party-switching used to happen far from the public eye, whereas conversions are now becoming more and more public  — not least because they provide parties with an excuse for a press conference — and are bringing local politics into disrepute, according to the Centre […]

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Istinomer website under the attack of hackers, a criminal complaint filed

Attack has started some minutes after 16.00 hours when the website crashed since it was knocked down by the weight of 30 million and 500 thousand requests per hour generated from IP addresses from Brazil, Indonesia, Thailand, Russia, India, and other. We would like to remind the public that this attack came several days after […]

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Miša is not Vojislav

Here is the perfect proof that even if they resemble a lot, they are not the same. These days, Miša Vacić is all over the place and therefore we most often hear that he is a “new Vojislav Šešelj’s version“, i.e. a “bugbear“ produced by Aleksandar Vučić according to the model that Slobodan Milošević used […]

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