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Serbia’s strategic positioning in the global lithium trade war

The intensifying trade conflict between the United States and China over lithium resources, critical for the burgeoning electric vehicle industry worldwide, has thrust Serbia...

Unlocking Serbia’s mining potential: A call for reform

The contrast between Serbia and Norway in terms of resource management is stark. While Norway commands a significant share, ranging from 27 to 78...

EU-Serbia trade partnership on the verge of finalization for lithium sourcing

Commissioner Maroš Šefčovič revealed that the final legal obstacles are being addressed before the EU-Serbia trade partnership, focused on sourcing lithium from the Jadar...

Debate surrounding Serbia’s Jadar lithium mine: Addressing environmental concerns and economic prospects

As the EU fast-tracks permits for mining exploration within its borders to secure access to critical raw materials like lithium, nickel, and copper, controversy...

The crisis of the Jadar project: Environmental concerns and community resistance

At a recent scientific symposium titled "The Jadar Project - What We Know from 2021 and Beyond," held in Kragujevac on April 30th, lawyer...

Unveiling Rio Tinto’s Serbian saga: Accountability amidst controversy

In the sphere of Serbian mining, Rio Tinto's possible compensation claims have become a focal point of discussion among politicians, with some treating the...

Challenges and controversies surrounding the Jadar project: Insights from scientific discourse

The "Jadar Project" was officially terminated at the start of 2022, yet Rio Tinto persists in its exploration endeavors with the full backing of...

Serbia’s lithium ambitions: Navigating realities against Norway’s oil wealth

Ana Brnabić, the President of the Serbian Parliament, drew parallels between Serbia's potential lithium industry and Norway's oil wealth during her recent visit to...
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