Austria, a country which experienced various kinds of immigration throughout its history, inhabits today one of the largest Serbian diasporas worldwide. While the Serbian diaspora during the 1990s was often perceived under the theory of long-distance nationalism, there is a lack of research on how the diaspora organisations behave nowadays. Are younger generations of Serbs within Austria still interested in the political processes of their country of origin? This work argues, based on qualitative interviews, that no clear difference can be seen between the political activity of the first and second generation. In some cases, the second generation is even more critical, when it comes to the new Western orientation of Serbia. Furthermore, the research shows that being interested in political processes of the country of origin does not necessarily mean that there is no integration within the new home country.