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          • Did organized crime groups continue with their activity at the time of Coronavirus, which trends in the criminal activities in the Western Balkans can be noticed in the first six weeks of the pandemic and which scenarios can be envisaged for the future, analyzed BCSP Researcher Sasa Djordjevic.

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        • "The trend of decreasing trust in the Army in Serbia has been interrupted, which can partly be explained by the changed, and obviously radically changing, political circumstances. It is reasonable to assume that the March outburst of /para-state/ terror against the Serbs in Kosovo, causing consternation and anger, also renewed the fear and worries among the Serbs in Kosovo that a new armed conflict could break out. For some citizens, this might renew or at least it did not impair their trust in defensive and protective power of the Army"... "In this period in Montenegro, a new decrease of trust in the Army followed, for 6%, so starting from 55% in the first round (June 2003) it reached 41,6% in the fourth round (April 2004)".  The associates of the Centre for Civil-Military Relations carried out the fourth phase of the survey, within the one-year project "The Serbian and Montenegrin Public on Reform of the Army". For this purpose, the views of the citizens of Serbia, not including Kosovo and Metohija, and Montenegro on numerous aspects and dimensions of the reform of the Army were collected, processed and interpreted. The status of reforms of the Army in the main media in Serbia and Montenegro was researched as well. The project is supported by the British government, while the Team of SM & Media Research Institute from Belgrade carried out the poll in field and statistically processed the data.  The main results of the fourth round of the public poll and media monitoring are presented in the new edition published by the CCMR, including following chapters: How well-informed the citizens are on reform of the Army, Jasmina Glišić, M.A., assistant at the Faculty of Political Sciences, University in Belgrade; Views of the citizens on reforms of the Army, Professor Miroslav Hadžić, Faculty of Political Sciences, University in Belgrade and psychologist Zorana Atanasović, associate in the CCMR; The citizens’ expectations of reforms of the Army, Milorad Timotić, M.A., general secretary of the Centre for Civil-Military Relations; Media reporting on defence and the Army - Fourth round, Jovanka Matić, M.A., researcher from the Institute for Social Sciences. 

        • Tags: public, public opinion, Defense Ministry, defense policy, Serbian Army
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