Faculty of philosophy, University of Belgrade.
Euroscepticism in Serbia
This article provides an overview of the rise of euroscepticism in Serbia. That rise has had two important incentives. The first incentive has been the recognition of Kosovo’s secession (2008) by most EU countries. The second is making it clear to Belgrade in public that the precondition for further accession of Serbia to the EU is the factual recognition of Kosovo’s secession (2011). According to an overview given in this article, the growth of euroscepticism is perceived in the public opinion in Serbia, in the attitudes of the political parties, in the publicistics intended for a wider audience, as well as the academic publicistics.