Belgrade’s open wound 0

By Claire Taylor Belgrade, October 15 – Bogdan Mrkobrada sits cross-legged, taking long draws on his cigarette. The look in...

Trading corporate comfort for personal values 0

By Claire Taylor BELGRADE, September 28 – Milica Calija is used to people’s puzzled expressions when they learn she quit...

Fighting “Like a Girl” 0

By Christina Noto Belgrade, 24 October 2017 — “I am a little fighter girl. And I think that this is...

A look to the past 0

By Katie Heroux Belgrade, April 23, 2017 – On a beautiful cloudless day in Tasmajdan Park, in central Belgrade, Radio...

NATO’s War on Media in Serbia 0

By Hoi Mun Yee Belgrade, April  23, 2017—As the bells of St. Mark’s Church rang for 4 P.M., it is...

Making Belgrade a Home 0

By Hoi Mun Yee BELGRADE, April 2017 – Australian Philomena O’Brien had just celebrated her 39th birthday in Budapest and...

The Liquor of Fruit and Fire 0

By: Finnian James BELGRADE, Feb. 18, 2017 – Serbs will tell you, rakija (rakiya) puts all other liquor to shame....

Learning Pain 0

By Emma Woods BELGRADE/PRISTINA, December 8, 2016 – Serbia has been trying to join the European Union, but many of...

A painful reminder, 17 years after Serbia’s broadcaster was bombed 0

By Meredith Howe BELGRADE, November 29, 2016 – The grey, billowing clouds suspended directly over the worn building matched the...

Still an Open Wound: Radio Television of Serbia 0

By Emma Woods BELGRADE, 16 October – The headquarters to the Serbian public broadcaster is startlingly incompatible with its surroundings. ...