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Grand Coalition of Regression. Germany’s 100 Billion Euro Militarization

High armament does not make Germany and Europe more peaceful or safer. This text is based on the speech the author gave on June 3, 2022, during the protest rally, organized by Die Linke party, "100 billion for health, education and affordable housing: No special funds for rearmament!" in front of the Reichstag building in Berlin.

High armament does not make Germany and Europe more peaceful or safer. This text is based on the speech the author gave on June 3, 2022, during the protest rally, organized by Die Linke party, “100 billion for health, education and affordable housing: No special funds for rearmament!” in front of the Reichstag building in Berlin.

Serbia is set to lose almost a quarter of its population by 2050

In the past three decades, Serbia has lost a million people, and such a trend is likely to continue, according to the National Human Development Report, which was presented to the Assembly at the end of May.

In the past three decades, Serbia has lost a million people, and such a trend is likely to continue, according to the National Human Development Report, which was presented to the Assembly at the end of May.

ELMO: Right to housing struggles in Eastern Europe and the Berlin referendum

Using the Berlin referendum vote to expropriate large-scale landlords as a reference, ELMO’s roundtable brought together activists from movements in Romania, Serbia, Hungary and Germany to discuss struggles for the right to housing.

Using the Berlin referendum vote to expropriate large-scale landlords as a reference, ELMO’s roundtable brought together activists from movements in Romania, Serbia, Hungary and Germany to discuss struggles for the right to housing.

Webinar: Decoloniality and Eastern Europe

The webinar ‘Decoloniality and Eastern Europe’ will explore the strategies of the left to address decoloniality in the region. The event will take place on Thursday, 4 November at 6 pm CET.

The webinar ‘Decoloniality and Eastern Europe’ will explore the strategies of the left to address decoloniality in the region. The event will take place on Thursday, 4 November at 6 pm CET.

Draft Amendments to the Law on Free Access to Information of Public Importance render supreme public bodies untouchable

The Draft Amendments to the Law on Free Access to Information of Public Importance have been available on the website of the National Assembly of Serbia since last Friday.

The Draft Amendments to the Law on Free Access to Information of Public Importance have been available on the website of the National Assembly of Serbia since last Friday.

The draft law on internal affairs rushed through a short public debate despite the opposition of citizens and experts

The public debate on the Draft Law on internal affairs which will enable biometric surveillance ended Saturday and, if passed, the new law could put the rights of citizens in jeopardy

The public debate on the Draft Law on internal affairs which will enable biometric surveillance ended Saturday and, if passed, the new law could put the rights of citizens in jeopardy

Erdoğan under pressure

By its eighteenth year of rule, the Justice and Development Party has strayed far from securing the prosperity it promised. Joachim Becker, professor at the University of Economics in Vienna, analyses the current political and economic situation in Turkey.

By its eighteenth year of rule, the Justice and Development Party has strayed far from securing the prosperity it promised. Joachim Becker, professor at the University of Economics in Vienna, analyses the current political and economic situation in Turkey.

The easier to obtain a construction permit, the harder to protect architectural heritage

Authorities boast that last year Serbia jumped from 182nd to the ninth place on the world ranking of countries listed by ease of issuing construction permits. There are good reasons to be concerned over this kind of news.

Authorities boast that last year Serbia jumped from 182nd to the ninth place on the world ranking of countries listed by ease of issuing construction permits. There are good reasons to be concerned over this kind of news.

Foreign investments and domestic laws – the case of Chinese companies

In order to attract foreign investment and improve infrastructure, Serbian authorities are ready to change laws and turn a blind eye to the violations of existing regulations when it comes to foreign companies. Their attitude towards Chinese companies is just one example of this.

In order to attract foreign investment and improve infrastructure, Serbian authorities are ready to change laws and turn a blind eye to the violations of existing regulations when it comes to foreign companies. Their attitude towards Chinese companies is just one example of this.

Fascist song recited at the solemn celebration of the Victory Day over Fascism in Serbia

The ceremonial academy on the occasion of the Day of Victory over Fascism was held on May 9 at the National Theatre in Belgrade. The gathering was attended by the entire state leadership, and the celebration of victory over fascism was marked by reciting songs authored by an interwar fascist movement and organization led by politician Dimitrije Ljotić.

The ceremonial academy on the occasion of the Day of Victory over Fascism was held on May 9 at the National Theatre in Belgrade. The gathering was attended by the entire state leadership, and the celebration of victory over fascism was marked by reciting songs authored by an interwar fascist movement and organization led by politician Dimitrije Ljotić.