Tomislav Nikolic

thumbnailRejected genocide claims provide chance for Croatia, Serbia to boost relations
2015-02-16Citizens and leaders urge both nations to enhance co-operation and continue working together for regional stability after the ICJ's ruling.
thumbnailEuropean Parliament slams Seselj's rhetoric
2014-12-08Vojislav Seselj has shaken the political scene in Serbia and upset victims of war crimes in the region.
thumbnailJudicial dispute could hurt Serbia's EU bid, experts say
2014-12-04The on-going lawyers' strike has kept Serbia's judiciary sector blocked for more than two months, derailing a field that is crucial to the country's European integration.
thumbnailOSCE chairmanship provides a chance and a challenge for Serbia
2014-11-03Serbia's 2015 chairmanship of the OSCE could be a chance to improve the country's diplomacy, but analysts said Belgrade will find itself in a difficult position between its neighbours.
thumbnailBelgrade continues on EU path following Putin's visit
2014-10-24Experts said Belgrade evaded Russian pressure to exercise greater sway in Serbia.
thumbnailRegional countries join hands to resolve missing persons issue
2014-09-19The leaders of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatia and Montenegro work together to resolve the issue of missing persons.
thumbnailAnalysts see significance in Rama's planned visit to Belgrade
2014-08-13Albania announced the first visit by its head of government to Serbia in over half a century.
thumbnailEU helps Serbia and BIH in flood recovery
2014-08-06Assistance from the international community improves bilateral relations, regional co-operation and the EU integration process.
thumbnailSerbia hoping new police leadership will reduce corruption
2014-07-01The government said it is dissatisfied with the results of the fight against organised crime.
thumbnailFloods spark regional co-operation, co-existence
2014-05-30The unity that came during the recent natural disaster shows that co-operation and co-existence are possible in the former Yugoslavia, bloggers and citizens say.
thumbnailA debate on the future Kosovo army
2014-05-09Opinions are divided whether to transform the existing Kosovo Security Force (KSF) into an army.
thumbnailUnder Vucic, Serbia to focus on EU and reforms
2014-04-24Aleksandar Vucic said his cabinet's priorities will be the continuation of European integration and judicial and economic reforms.
thumbnailCrimea tensions being watched closely in Serbia
2014-03-12Some Serbs believe Russian involvement in Ukraine foreshadows potential interference with Serbia as Belgrade pursues an EU path.
thumbnailSerbia's early elections draw mixed reviews
2014-02-03Opinions are divided on how Serbia's early parliamentary elections will affect the country's EU accession pace, implementation of reforms and negotiations with Kosovo.
thumbnailJosipovic and Nikolic discuss dropping genocide lawsuits
2013-10-25The first meeting of the two presidents is seen as a significant step for building better relations.
thumbnailDespite ban, Belgrade citizens march for LGBT rights
2013-10-03A peaceful walk for equal rights replaces the controversial Pride Parade in Serbia.
thumbnailRanking gives high marks to Macedonia, Albania
2013-09-25Setting up a business takes less than a week in some parts of southeast Europe, according to World Economic Forum research. Also in business news: Serbia and Bulgaria pledge to improve co-operation.
thumbnailReshuffled Serbian government faces divided expectations
2013-09-09After a debate that took several months, Serbia has reshuffled its government and analysts expect different things from the new ministers.
thumbnailEC approves Croatia's investment plan
2013-08-28Croatia plans to develop jobs and economic competitiveness. Also in business news: Greece puts thousands of state workers on "labour reserve" while implementing austerity measures.
thumbnailSerbia, Hungary take steps toward national reconciliation
2013-07-13A declaration by the Serbian parliament and a dedication of monuments acknowledges World War II-era killings in Vojvodina, paving the way for improved relations.
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