Srbija i OEBS – preoblikovanje bezbednosnog sistema u regionu

Trapara, Vladimir (2011) Srbija i OEBS – preoblikovanje bezbednosnog sistema u regionu. In: Uloga i mesto Srbije u međunarodnim organizacijama : zbornik radova sa međunarodne naučne konferencije : Beograd, 12-13. oktobar 2010. godine. Institut za međunarodnu politiku i privredu, Beograd, pp. 437-450. ISBN 978-86-7067-158-4

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Since its foundation in Helsinki in 1975, OSCE (previously CSCE) has passed through significant changes that were caused by radical changes in the international system, which affected Serbia as well. In 2000, Serbia (then, a part of FR Yugoslavia) restored its OSCE membership after several years of isolation, to be present there as an independent state since 2006. Our task is to determine the connection between the changes in Serbia, those in OSCE, and the ones inside the international system as a whole in order to answer the question – regarding this organization where is Serbia today? It is also to explain the relevance of the activities that the OSCE mission in Serbia currently performs - in the field of strengthening democracy and human rights, judicial reform, combat against organized crime, etc. The contemporary dialogue between great powers (above all, USA and Russia) on the European security will affect Serbia, but it will also be its chance to participate actively (precisely through OSCE) in the creation of a new security system in South-Eastern Europe.

Item Type: Book Chapter
Uncontrolled Keywords: OSCE, Serbia, security system, southeastern Europe
Depositing User: Ana Vukićević
Date Deposited: 07 Apr 2019 14:29
Last Modified: 07 Apr 2019 14:29

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