Poor governance, good corruption: an overview of Serbia’s government’s affair-ridden governance (2012-2018)

@article{Jovanovi2019PoorGG,
  title={Poor governance, good corruption: an overview of Serbia’s government’s affair-ridden governance (2012-2018)},
  author={Srđan Mladenov Jovanovi{\'c}},
  journal={Przegląd europejski},
  year={2019}
}
  • S. Jovanović
  • Published 6 August 2019
  • Political Science
  • Przegląd europejski
Ever since the end of the wars of the nineties, as well as the declaration of independence of Kosovo, Serbia has fallen of the radar, both within the international political community, as well as within the academia. Yet, in the meantime, the societal and political situation within the country has changed drastically, with the former warmonger of the nineties, Aleksandar Vučić, having taken hold of seemingly unlimited power. Serbia has, during his reign, become entrenched in corruption, the… 
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