Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1169    January–March 2018.


Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1168    Oktobar – Decembar 2017.

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1166-1167    April - Septembar 2017.


Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1164    October - December 2016.

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1162-1163    April - September 2016.

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1161    January - March 2016.


Aleksandar Gajić
Odnosi EU i Rusije u svetlu ukrajinske krize

Boško Konstandinović
Koreni nastanka i metodi finansiranja Islamske države

Ognjen Gogić
Od Erduta ka Dejtonu


Milan Krstić
Spoljnopolitička misao Milovana Milovanovića: da li je reč o teoriji spoljne politike?

Miloš Vukelić
Položaj srpske manjine u Republici Hrvatskoj u svetlu hrvatskog etnonacionalizma.

Sanja Arežina
Energetska bezbednost – između Istoka i Zapada

Slobodan Anđelković, Đorđe Sarapa
Međunarodnopravni aspekt angažovanja privatnih vojno-bezbednosnih kompanija u zonama oružanih sukoba


Vladimir Trapara: Henry Kissinger, World Order




Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1160    October - December 2015.


Dragana Dabić
Zajednička spoljna i bezbednosna politika Evropske unije prema ukrajinskoj krizi

Slobodan Zečević
Vojska Evropske unije

Nina Matijašević
Diplomacija u globaliziranom svetu: u susret izazovima – usporedba javne, kulturne i zvjezdane diplomacije

Milan Lipovac i Tatjana Simić
Sekuritizacija u energetskoj bezbednosti – slučaj EU i ruskog gasa

Predrag Terzić
Političko organizovanje i delovanje mađarske manjine u Rumuniji od 1989. do 1996. godine

Igor Ferjan
Agencije za kreditni rejting: ključ globalnog (ne)investiranja?

Duško Dimitrijević
Nekoliko napomena o slobodnom prometu nepokretnostima u Evropskoj uniji

Dobrica Vesić i Pero Petrović
Odnos nacionalnog i evropskog identiteta u zemljama Zapadnog Balkana


Gareth Porter, Manufactured Crisis: The Untold Story of the Iran Nuclear Scare


Uvodno obraćanje predsedavajućeg OEBS-u, prvog potpredsednika Vlade i ministra spoljnih poslova Republike Srbije
Ivice Dačića na ministarskom skupu o „Mirovnim operacijama OEBS-a”

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1158-1158    April - September 2015.


Dušan Proroković
Neoliberalni fundamentalizam i evrointegracije: primer Balkana Abstract
The end of the Cold War and the victory of the liberal-democratic form did not automatically bring the establishment of a permanent road towards democratic peace, the establishment of a fair system of free trade, the construction of authoritarian international institutions and generally accepted definition of common values at global level. Left without ideological competition, the liberal matrix did not continue to develop, but has entered into a degenerative phase-period of neoliberal fundamentalism. The leading ideas of the liberal doctrine are not used for the benefit of the global community, but in order to achieve the interests of the states belonging to the so-called democratic zone of peace. This phenomenon is noticeable in the Balkans, and it is particularly manifested in the process of European integration. This process stopped representing a development mechanism for the Balkan states; instead it became an instrument for imposing the values of neoliberal fundamentalism.

Key words:
liberalism, neo-liberalism, neo-liberal fundamentalism, euro-integrations, The Balkans.

Ivan Dujić
Kuba: demokratizacija kao osetljivo pitanje i potencijalna uloga Srbije u njegovom rešavanju Abstract
A discussion about Cuba implies a question of how to find the mean between democracy, characterised by a range of ideas and possibilities, and social welfare. The triumph of socialism in Cuba during the Cold War paved the way for the social welfare, thanks to loyalty of the people towards the ruling Communist Party. Behind the attempt to properly tackle contemporary social issues lies the persistence of the Communist Party to justify its long-term survival on the Cuban political scene. The study of Cuban history during the 20th century reveals that the destiny of the island was determined by generations of politicians, who did not want to give up power in favour of younger and more progressive generation. As a result, democracy boiled down to the right to vote, which led to social turmoil and the need for the Us intervention into Cuba's internal order. Nevertheless, socialism did not transform itself into a welfare state with a multi-party system, neither after the Cold War. Apparently, the current president will have to decide on further destiny of socialism in Cuba. Although Serbia did not complete its process of democratisation, it could contribute to transformation of socialism in Cuba towards enhancement of democracy and the process of democratisation.

Key words:
democracy, democratisation, the Republic, socialism, Cuba, Serbia.

Miloš Jovanović
Zapadni Balkan i EU: obrnuti perspektivu Abstract
Prior to the question of the existing relations between the countries of the Western Balkans and the European Union, is the question of the future of the EU itself. The economic crisis set aside, the absence of any true sense of belonging and genuine European identity are seen as main obstacles that the EU is facing at the moment. The existing tensions and problems that several EU countries are encountering as regard to their unity, as spain or Belgium, illustrates that it appears quite difficult to generate a collective sense of belonging within a culturally heterogeneous political community. As the EU needs an emergence of a true European identity, in order to legitimize the deepening of its political integration which is necessary to overcome the crisis of the euro-zone, the solution well might be found in the differentiation of the level of integration of its member states.

Key words:
United in diversity, scotland, Catalonia, Belgium, EU, Neofunctionalism, collective identity, Constitutional patriotism, differentiation.

Slobodan Janković
Izazovi ili pretnje na Zapadnom Balkanu Abstract
Balkan Peninsula has been place of intersection of great power interests for centuries. Recently it has become again one of the playgrounds of the wider conflict between the West and Russia. Balkan countries are subordinate and object of policies of outside powers and transnational corporations. Author assumes that the challenge and threat to the regional countries are deriving mainly from their status of subordinated states. He defines subordinate state not only in DA Lake terms, but expands it with imposed agreement between local comprador political elites and foreign power. Janković briefly presents the position of the Balkan in the great power policy and relation between local countries and outside powers. He questions the status of the subordinate states and claims two territories to be in the status of protectorate. Then he presents officially recognized challenges and threats in order to give his view of they really are.

Key words:
Balkans, Threats and Challenges, subordinate state, protectorate, Serbia, West-Russia conflict.

Vladan Jončić
Značaj Zapadnog Balkana, posebno R. Srbije u procesima evropskih integracija Abstract
Тhe approaching of the Western Balkans to EU Frequently make some questions, for example, the purpose and significance of the entry of these countries into the European Union. A significant number of analyzes related to this issue. However, the question is whether the EU has the reasons for access of Western Balkans states. In considering this issue in terms of international relations as factors of objective and subjective criteria can come to concrete and real results. Each of these factors can provide relatively accurate and objective indicators related to this issue. starting from the political, economic, demographic, geostrategic, military factors and using other methods of getting the result that there are reasonable grounds to countries in the region to enter the EU framework. However, there are quite specific reasons that the EU has an interest in this country to accept members of the Union.

Key words:
Western Balkans, EU geostrategic factors, safety, resources.

Jasminka Simić
Evropska unija i nove mogućnosti Zapadnog Balkana Abstract
The pro-European orientation of the countries of the Western Balkans is not called into question despite the financial and institutional crisis that has followed in recent years, both in the EU and the region. on the road to EU accession, these countries have made significant progress, but the fulfillment of the Copenhagen criteria is imminent. It is necessary to reduce the gap between its ambitions and existing capacity, but also to continue to promote regional cooperation, on which the EU insists, because the connection between the countries is the key to faster economic growth and higher employment in southeast Europe. Political support for the enlargement process exists within the EU and in the countries of the Western Balkans. However, ethnic tension in the Western Balkans, the emergence of the new economic cooperation framework through negotiations on Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, China and southeast European countries with the policy of “1+16”, and the growing influence of the Euroasian Economic Union, open up thinking about other possibilities of overcoming potential failures of the Western Balkans on the European integration path.

Key words:
Western Balkans, enlargement, Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, Economic Belt of the New silk Road, Eurasian Economic Union.


Dragan Đukanović
Spoljnopolitičko pozicioniranje Srbije (SRJ/SCG) od 1992. do 2015. godine Abstract
This work is dedicated to the analysis of various foreign policy challenges Serbia has encountered since the breakup of the former socialist” Yugoslavia (1992) to the present. In this sense, the author is going through certain stages that failed to point out the most important challenges that followed the formulation and implementation of foreign policy goals. He also concluded that in the analyzed period there were no specific formulation of foreign policy goals and priorities of Serbia. At the end of this article, the author underlines that Serbia has managed to a given extent, to improve its image thanks to chairmanship to the organization for security and Co-operation in Europe during 2015.

Key words:
Serbia, foreign policy, the European Union, priorities, foreign policy goals.

Marina Jovićević
Regionalna saradnja na Balkanu od devedesetih do danas: uticaj Evropske unije Abstract
The paper starts with the explanation of the territory and relations between countries in the Balkan region, discussing further the possibility of the formation of regional identity. In the second part of the paper, the process of development of regional cooperation in the Balkans is given, starting with the short overview of the first forms of regional cooperation in 19th century and ending with the post-conflict regional approach of the European Union, in mid-nineties. In the third part more elaborative overview of first regional initiatives established in the Balkans at that time by key actors in international community is represented, and the role of the EU within this process is explained in particular. Fourth part provides the information about the new process of regional cooperation, supported by European Commission and some of the EU member states, which is meant to improve connectivity in the Balkan region. In the final part is displayed the evaluation of achievements of the regional cooperation in the Balkans, with basic estimates for the mid-term future.

Key words:
regional cooperation, Balkans, southeast Europe, European Union, European Commission, stability Pact for SEE, Regional Cooperation Council, WB6, Berlin Process.

Igor Novaković
Manjinsko pitanje i uticaj na bilateralne odnose sa susednim državama u svetlu procesa pridruživanja Evropskoj uniji: slučaj Srbije Abstract
This article considers Serbia's bilateral dialogue with the four neighbouring countries on the implementation and respect of the domestic and international standards regarding the rights and freedoms of national minorities in Serbia. The article considers the key elements of the open issues between Serbia and each of these four countries, and their impact on the process of Serbia's European integration. Finally, the author offers several recommendations for the decision makers in Serbia that can help in closing of some of the open issues, as to prevent the further escalation of bilateral misunderstandings, which could be potentially dangerous for the process of Serbia's integration into the EU.

Key words:
minority policies, integration of minorities, segregation of minorities, bilateral relations of Serbia, process of European integration.

Vladan Stanković
Ekumenska politika Svete stolice Abstract
Ecumenism means: reconciliation, cooperation, bringing together Christians in the world. Ecumenism is treated as a unity in diversity. That is why the Holy see insists on dialogue of equals. Its established dogmatic minimalism (the common denominator of all Christian theological community: The Bible, Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed of Faith, the sacraments of Baptism and the Eucharist) will not be followed by Roman Catholic Church (RCC) and the Holy see because it violates the fullness of its faith. RCC was the last to approach to the ecumenical movement. It would long averse to dialogue that was established by the Protestants and orthodox in the early twentieth century. It was not until 1960, that RCC first formed a working body for promoting Christian unity. At the second Vatican Council were basically made three documents that would directly touch on ecumenism. The first document oe, sees in Greek-Catholic, Eastern or Uniate (associated) churches the path of convergence of Catholics and orthodox. The second document, the decree UR, acknowledges the sacramental power of other churches, and the recognition that they have an identical apostolic heritage. The third declaration, NAE finds common denominators in other religious practices and religions (interreligious dialogue). All that is known (in shinto and Confucianism), true (Hinduism and Buddhism) and identical (in Islam and Judaism), RCC accepted as divine light. With Muslims it shares identical Abrahams heritage, respect for Jesus and the Virgin Mary, and the Day of Judgment. In Judaism emphasizes the sameness of 175 Abraham’s heritage of the scriptures and the courage of the children of the Chosen people to accept Christ's teachings. In the post-conciliar period comes to rapprochement with the orthodox, mutual recognition of episcopal honors, and removing the anathema. In the decades that followed RCC organized: people, working bodies and documents that are committed to ecumenical rapprochement. Since then, the zeal to rapprochement became intense, and also the obligation of the church. The most intensive dialogue will be between Catholics and orthodox, and Catholics and Protestants (especially with the Anglican Church, then with the Lutheran Church). The Catholic Church insists on interreligious dialogue with other non- Christian communities and religious practices.

Key words:
the Holy See, (Roman) Catholic Church, Christianity.

Andrijana Mišović
Primena člana 36 Bečke konvencije o konzularnim odnosima u praksi Sjedinjenih Američkih Država Abstract
The principal subject discussed in this paper is the Article 36 of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations, that grants the right to foreign nationals who are arrested or detained to have their consulate notified, while the receiving state, on the other hand, is committed to make due effort, so as to allow such individuals to exercise their right. Therefore, the duty assumed by the signatory states to the Convention is to secure this right for both other signatory states and individuals that this Article is essentially intended to protect. In practice, however, the United states of America have failed to respect this duty, which can pose a problem particularly in such cases when a foreign national is sentenced to death. The protectionist attitude of Us courts towards Us norms represents not only the failure to perform the assumed duty with respect to other states, but it is a major setback when it comes to respect of human rights.

Key words:
Vienna convention on consular relations, United states, Avena, death penalty, right to life.

Duško Dimitrijević
Nekoliko napomena o slobodnom prometu nepokretnostima u Evropskoj uniji Abstract
Free movement of capital is one of the fundamental freedoms affirmed in the EU Treaties ensuring business continuity and foreign investments. It does not only mean simple liberalisation of commodity and capital flows, but it involves much broader freedoms and rights including trade in capital services, securities trading, but also free trade in real estate in the areas of different European Union member countries. During the process of accession of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria and Croatia to this organisation the elimination of all internal legislative and administrative barriers to real estate buying and selling was provided for in the transitional period. A special emphasis in the accession documents was put on free trade in agricultural and forest lands that for the most part had been owned by the state in the transition period. The specification of the conditions in the accession documents mentioned above enables harmonization of legislations of states with EU acquis communautaire, thus contributing to the further development of connections among them and thus, their more rapid integration in the Union internal market

Key words:
Free movement of capital, transfer of real estate, acquis Communautaire

Đorđe Lopičić
Diplomatska memoarska literature Abstract
The interest in diplomacy, as well as memoirs of diplomats, has always existed at both scientists and the widest readership. This paper provides an overview of memoir literature of the Kingdom of Serbia from the XIX century until 1918, then the Kingdom of Yugoslavia from 1918 to 1945 and the new Yugoslavia from 1945 to 2000 and as well as the Republic of Serbia until 2014. Thus, in one place one can learn about the authors and their works, primarily books and monographs with the contents of diplomacy. so far, there has been no such review and record of above-mentioned works. These memoir works of diplomats, although often considered biased and in the most cases not the source of the law, are very significant and important not only for international relations, foreign policy, diplomatic history, but also for national history. In particular, they give many detailed descriptions of various events in which they participated or witnessed as well as various historical figures with whom they collaborated. When all these memoir works that are first class material for the further study of diplomacy, international relations and foreign policy substantiate with relevant documents and other relevant evidence, then we have first-rate historical sources.

Key words:
Diplomacy, memoir literature, foreign policy, Kingdom of Serbia, Kingdom of Yugoslavia, new Yugoslavia.



Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1157    January–March 2015.


Igor Ferjan,
Ekonomska diplomatija i privlačenje SDI Abstract
Attraction of investments from abroad, today represent interest of every country, both developed as well as developing countries. Considering today’s economic crisis, each country in particular is trying to attract investments and it sets investment attraction as the modality for overcoming the crisis. To succeeded, countries in various ways engage individuals and groups from government and NGO sector, but a key role in attracting foreign direct investments is left to diplomacy, especially to economic diplomacy. Therefore, the primary goal of this article is the affirmation of economic diplomacy and its role on attraction of foreign direct investment, but to meet this goal, the article present the concept of economic diplomacy and investment, as well as place in relation the promotion of economic diplomacy and attraction of foreign direct investments. During scientific reasoning, proving set hypothesis, and researching the role of economic diplomacy on attraction of foreign direct investments, special attention is committed to the relation of economic diplomacy and promotion and attraction of foreign direct investment. At the end of the article author adduce measures how to pave the way for attracting foreign investments with quality economic diplomats.

Key words:
investment, FDI, economic diplomacy, diplomats, diplomacy, state

Ognjen Dragičević
Primena mera štednje u dužničkoj krizi zemalja Evrozone – svetlo na kraju tunela, ili korak ka provaliji? Abstract
In this article, the author indicates the reasons why the austerity measures have failed to resolve the problems of public debt increase and recessions in the Eurozone periphery countries. The main cause for inefficiency of these measures should seek in incorrect diagnosis of the root of the current financial crisis in Euro area. More precisely, above mentioned cause should search in incomprehension of the austerity policy creators that the crisis is a product of cumulative consequences of constraints and weaknesses of the European Monetary Union (EMU), rather than irresponsible and wasteful behavior of the public sector of some EMU member states.

Key words:
debt crisis, austerity measures, European Union, Eurozone, European Central Bank, economic growth, international economic inequality

Dobrica Vesić
Pozicioniranje Srbije u sistemu energetske bezbednosti Abstract
In contemporary international relations, energy security became a topic that occupies a priority place at the global level as well as internal policies and security strategies of individual states. Energy security of the state realizes the action of the internal and external levels. Very few countries can meet their energy needs from its own resources. Therefore, most countries have to cooperate with each other to provide the required amount of energy. The pipeline "South Stream" has emerged as the need of Europe to southern and central parts of its natural gas supply from Russia. For Serbia, through which it had to pass, it was of great importance in terms of energy security.

Key words:
Serbia, position, security, integration processes, energy policy

Dragoljub Todić, Vladimir Grbić
Strategija „Evropa 2020“, klimatske promene i Republika Srbija Abstract
The paper points out the basic elements of EU policy on climate change through the presentation of policy objectives in this area as defined in the strategic documents of the organization. Certain provisions of the "Europe 2020" Strategy are particularly analyzed. It is given an overview of the results achieved so far in achieving the objectives defined in the strategy "Europe 2020". The last part of the paper emphasizes the importance of EU policy in the field of climate change for the Republic of Serbia, as a country which is a candidate for EU membership. The similarities and differences in the current position of the Republic of Serbia and the European Union in this area are pointed out. The existence of the several circumstances that contribute to differences in the position of the Republic of Serbia in relation to the objectives of the EU is noted.

Key words:
European Union, Strategy 2020, climate change, environment, Republic of Serbia, the harmonization of national regulations.


Duško Lopandić
Istorijski koreni evropske integracije Abstract
Previous attempts of European uniting were violent. Rome, Frankish empire, Napoleon's empire were product of warrior spirit, based on the will of the warring fighter. European Community was different. It was creation of politicians, traders, bankers and lawyers, based on the ideas of free market, documents, commercial contracts, letters of credit, business freedom, and guarantees of business word. The idea of European unification intensively developed at the beginning of the twentieth century through Briand’s project of the European Union federal; Spinelli’s Manifesto for a free and united Europe; the Federal Union of European nations; Churchill's idea of United States of Europe. A concrete result of the formation of European Economic Community (later European Union) occurs after the Second World War as the result of four factors: dramatic wartime destruction of European countries, efforts of France and Germany to find a post-war modus vivendi, pre-war ideological movements for European integration, and the beginning of American Cold War policy.

Key words:
Europe, European Community, free market, European integration, European Union.

Marina Tadić
Oskudica vode i međudržavni sukobi u basenu Eufrata i Tigra: pola veka sukobljavanja Abstract
The article explores the influence of water scarcity on the emergence and dynamics of interstate conflicts on the case study of the Euphrates-Tigris basin. Giving the fact that rapidly consumed water supplies can be physically controllable, water scarcity represents one of the causes that may contribute significantly to the development of interstate conflicts. International river basins are in special risk of these conflicts, particularly if other causes of interstate confrontation and intrastate divides exist. Water consumption has been among principal causes of conflict between Turkey, Syria, and Iraq for half a century. As all three states address this issue from narrow national perspectives, reaching a tripartite agreement on water sharing remains uncertain. This problem becomes even more important due to the increasing water scarcity and unstable relations in the region.

Key words:
water scarcity, interstate conflict, Euphrates-Tigris basin, GAP, hydro-hegemony, Turkey, Syria, Iraq

Aleksandar Jazić
Različiti oblici prekogranične saradnje Srbije sa državama Centralne Evrope Abstract
In the focus of the author’s research are some forms of cooperation between Serbia and the countries from Central Europe. This cooperation is unilateral and multilateral. Regions are connecting in different way with the purpose of political, economic and social development. Most often form of multilateral regional cooperation are euro regions. On the other side, states cooperate through regional initiatives. Višegrad Group is one of the best examples of cooperation between states within regional initiative. Member states of this regional initiative fullfill their main goal which was joining the European Union. But, this regional initivative still exist because of advatanges that member states have from it. Key representative of Serbia in regional cooperation is Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. This north province of Serbia has well developed unilateral and multilateral cooperation with regions from Central Europe. Also, Vojvodina is member of few European organizations that gathers regional authorities. That way, through cooperation of its regional authorities Serbia is becoming closer partner to European Union member states.

Key words:
regional cooperation, regional initiatives, cross-border cooperation, interstate cooperation, Serbia, Central Europe

Miloš Petrović
Sloboda kretanja radnika u kontekstu sudske prakse: analiza slučaja 190/98 Graf v Filzmoser Maschinenbau Abstract
Provisions of Austrian law which entitled a right to a compensation in cases of termination of work relation collided with the principle of free movement of workers, from the standpoint of former Article 39 EC. Could this article „rule out“ the domestic legislation which did not envisage a compensation in the case of termination of employment, by those workers who completed their working contract and departed for taking another job in the same or other EU member-state? Core issue regards the extent of prohibition of non-discriminatory limitations to freedom of movement of workers according to article 45 TFEU, in line with the Bosman ruling. In Graf judgment, Court of Justice analyzes the limits to case-law, relying to a significant degree on the enforcement of so-called Keck doctrine in the area of free movement of workers. Opinion of Advocate-General has initiated other questions, such as the market-access aspect, and the general test (Bosman). Concepts of „obstacle“ and „discrimination“ are identified as insufficiently precise, and qualification „too uncertain and indirect“ has not contributed to their closer specification, nor to development of relevant case-law of the Court of Justice.

Key words:
uncertain, indirect, case-law, non-discriminatory limitations, free movement, workers, access, obstacle




Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1155-1156    July–December 2014


Zoran Jerotijević
Srpska diplomatija uoči i početkom Prvog svetskog rata Abstract
The beginning of the twentieth century was for the serbian people the entering into a period of difficult and uncertain struggle for liberation and unification. Wandering in the foreign policy, which had significantly weakened the international position of serbia after the Berlin Congress, turned its policy into a sensible and pragmatic one after the throne change in 1903. serbia started to build again close relations with Russia and france (Entente) and the other countries that would allow it to be neither economically (nor politically) exclusively related to hostile neighbors. The Balkan wars showed the serbian military power, but some of the major powers did everything to devalue its military successes and limit its strategic penetration towards the coast. The beginning of the Great War was marked by the attempts to bring serbia to its knees and to establish a connection between the Central Powers and Constantinople. The very cause for the war (the assassination in sarajevo) was aimed at justifying the aggression and as much as possible isolate serbia in the world. The beginning of the war and serbian victory intensified the diplomatic efforts both between ally countries and between the warring parties. serbia became an important subject of diplomatic activities and their participant.

Key words:
Serbia, Russia, Entente, Central Powers, diplomacy.

Vladimir Trapara
Savremeni značaj Makinderovog koncepta Istočne Evrope: slučaj ukrajinske krize Abstract
The subject of this article is to demonstrate the significance of Halford Mackinder’s geopolitical concept of East Europe for contemporary international relations testing it on the case of the Ukrainian crisis. The author claims that, if properly read and interpreted, classic geopolitical concepts can explain a great deal of contemporary international reality. Mackinder’s concept of East Europe as the first stop on the road to global hegemony has proved to be valid on multiple historical examples during the last two centuries and it is still reliable for explaining contemporary foreign policy of the Unites states. The Ukrainian crisis is the key event in Washington’s geopolitical expansion to the East, whose imminent goal is the reign over whole East Europe, while the long-term one is to eliminate Russia as an independent great power in Eurasian Heartland, after which the road towards the world hegemony would be open for the U.s.

Key words:
East Europe, Mackinder, geopolitics, Ukrainian crisis, hegemony, Russia, United states.

Sanja Arežina
Nova spoljnopolitička strategija Kine – između pragmatičnosti i izazova Abstract
China’s economic progress has had the effect of changing its foreign policy. Deng Xiaoping’s “be patient” policy, whose goal was to create a peaceful external environment so that the state could devote its energy to its internal development, to convince neighbors and key partners of China’s benevolent intentions and avoid confrontation with other great powers, has been replaced by a more assertive foreign policy after the global economic and financial crisis. In an attempt to legitimize its power the fifth generation of Chinese leaders has relied on nationalism to distract public attention from the stagnating GDP growth. A tougher approach towards its neighbors, lesser inclination towards compromise and responding with more pressure to external pressures points to the increased deviation from the “smile diplomacy” that China has implemented over the last few decades. Despite the economic benefits and cooperation interests, a constant increase in the Chinese military budget and overall Chinese aspirations causes distrust and fear among its neighboring countries. This inevitably leads to security dilemmas and a new arms race, where everyone will strive to position itself accordingly and to maneuver to strengthen its position and maximize its long-term interests.

Key words:
China, foreign policy strategy, “be patient” policy, smile diplomacy, economic and financial crisis, assertiveness, nationalism.

Božidar Knežević, Senka Pavlović
Savremeni procesi evroazijskih ekonomskih integracija Abstract
China’s economic progress has had the effect of changing its foreign policy. Deng Xiaoping’s “be patient” policy, whose goal was to create a peaceful external environment so that the state could devote its energy to its internal development, to convince neighbors and key partners of China’s benevolent intentions and avoid confrontation with other great powers, has been replaced by a more assertive foreign policy after the global economic and financial crisis. In an attempt to legitimize its power the fifth generation of Chinese leaders has relied on nationalism to distract public attention from the stagnating GDP growth. A tougher approach towards its neighbors, lesser inclination towards compromise and responding with more pressure to external pressures points to the increased deviation from the “smile diplomacy” that China has implemented over the last few decades. Despite the economic benefits and cooperation interests, a constant increase in the Chinese military budget and overall Chinese aspirations causes distrust and fear among its neighboring countries. This inevitably leads to security dilemmas and a new arms race, where everyone will strive to position itself accordingly and to maneuver to strengthen its position and maximize its long-term interests.

Key words:
China, foreign policy strategy, “be patient” policy, smile diplomacy, economic and financial crisis, assertiveness, nationalism.

Srđan Korać
Ka uspešnom samostalnom delovanju Evropske unije: razvoj satelitske podrške Abstract
The paper analyses whether and to what extent the prerequisites for successful implementation of the EU Common security and Defence Policy are being met in terms of logistical support for sustainable military missions in third countries, without relying on the NATo and/or the United states military infrastructure. The analysis make reference to the theoretical debates on the optimal model of the role of the EU as an international security actor as well as the vital importance of the intelligence for effective military presence in asymmetric conflicts in remote areas. The author examines the current capability of the EU for its own satellite imaging, reconnaissance, surveillance and collection of geospatial intelligence (GEoINT), and with regard to the performance of the real-time satellite communication system. The author concludes that the completed and ongoing EU military missions give ample evidence to support the assumption that with no long-term investment in the development of an European network of satellites and related ground infrastructure as well as improvements in the supranational intelligence, it is not likely that the EU will be able to both act as a global supplier of cooperative security and protect vital security interests.

Key words:
European Union satellite Centre (sATCEN), Common security and Defence Policy, international military missions, satellite technology, Geospatial Intelligence (GEoINT), Imagery Intelligence (IMINT).


Vladimir Džamić, Vladimir Pavićević
Referendum kao negacija neposredne demokratije: iskustva Srbije i Crne Gore Abstract
Referendum is one of the most important instruments of direct (immediate) democracy, which is generally accepted in all consolidated democratic states. on the eve of the break-up of former Yugoslavia referendums were used very intensively for everyday political purposes or as a form (illusion) of legitimisation of specific political decisions. In the article, the authors analyse referendum as an instrument of direct democracy in the Republic of serbia and Montenegro. on the basis of the experiences from the two referendum processes in both states the authors will attempt to show that in these states referendum was not an instrument but a negation of direct democracy. To support this, the authors will analyse the legal and political aspects of carrying out the referendums as well as the consequences in the two states that resulted from them. The lack of mechanism of direct democracy in both states, which has remained up to date, is only one in a number of indicators which show that democracy in those states is non-consolidated, fragile and false.

Key words:
referendum, direct democracy, serbia, Montenegro, democratic consolidation.

Ana Jović Lazić
Sistem energetske bezbednosti Evropske unije: pozicioniranje Srbije Abstract
Demand in energy is growing in the world and that is why the issue of energy security is becoming even more important for international relations. EU member states are not rich in energy resources, so their energy security depends on, first of all, safe, sustainable and continuous energy supply from abroad. It is connected with diversification of sources from which the EU supplies, security of transit and the integration of the EU energy market. In order to contribute to the European energy security, EU cooperation in this area seeks to expand to the neighboring countries, particularly to the countries of south-Eastern Europe. This fact as well as the commitment of serbia to join the EU has a great impact on the position of our country in the system of the EU energy security. At the same time, one should have in mind that serbia is particularly interested in the construction of the “south stream”, which will transport the Russian gas to Europe.

Key words:
European Union, energy security, diversification of supply routes, “southern Corridor”, “south stream”, energy community, serbia.

Jelena Lopičić Jančić
Konvencija o sprečavanju i kažnjavanju zločina genocida iz 1948. godine – neka pravna pitanja Abstract
Genocide is one of the most serious crimes, which has unfortunately continuously been committed from the ancient times until the present day to a greater or lesser extent. It is evident that in the last two centuries (XIX and XX century) the genocide was committed to a greater extend, although at that time there were made a number of international multilateral conventions signed and adopted by most modern countries, whose purpose was to prevent wars as well as rules that must be applied during the wars and armed conflicts. It is the fact that the League of Nations and the United Nations were unable to prevent the outbreak of many wars and armed conflicts, although war and armed conflicts were prohibited by the League of Nations and now by the United Nations Charter. After the horrors of the second World War, when there were committed unseen mass war crimes against civilians, prisoners of war, wounded, sick and shipwrecked, including crimes of physical extermination of certain group of people: Jews, slavs and Gypsies the international community, and the United Nations especially, adopted in 1948 the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. The obligation of the parties who signed the Convention was to enact in their legislations the crime of genocide. In this article the author has discussed and critically commented the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Crime of Genocide. It underlines that this Convention has an international, political and legal significance; despite some defects it has justified its existence and the best proof for that is that this Convention has been signed, ratified or adopted by 145 countries, which means most modern countries in the world.

Key words:
Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, war, armed conflict.

Srđan Marković
Korelacija između ilegalnih migranata i terorista Abstract
Illegal migrations and terrorist actions with foreign elements (elements which come from abroad) is an enormous global problem of the contemporary world. It is a mass phenomenon by which almost all countries are affected in various ways and against which the international community fights hard but continuously. These two phenomena have in a special way become characteristic of the contemporary civilisation. In the scientific theory, in international law and in practice of the international community these two phenomena are considered and treated separately, although numerous researches point to the connection between them and their mutual connections.
The basic aim of the research is to point out to the close connection between illegal migrations and terrorist actions worldwide and also to point out to the mistakes made so far in the international law treatment of illegal migrants (the way how international law treats illegal migrants) and their true role in provoking security problems and phenomena, especially their role in terrorist actions, which is not treated in an appropriate way. Countries in which these problems were created have usually been satisfied with the decisions to deport those who violate international public law to their countries or to the countries and territories they come from.
It is characteristic that illegal migrations are exclusively by international public law, primarily from the point of view of protection of human rights and freedoms. on the other hand, terrorists and all that is connected with terrorism as a global security problem are treated by the international community exclusively by criminal law. In that way, very precious knowledge about how illegal migrants act in terrorist actions have been lost, but that could be very important in the prevention of the thoroughly every segment, cause and effect of their participation in terrorist actions.

Key words:
illegal migrations, terrorism, terrorist actions, security phenomenon and human rights.

Dragoljub Todić
Kulturna baština u međunarodnim ugovorima i propisima Republike Srbije u oblasti životne sredine Abstract
The paper analyses the regulations of the most significant environmental legislation related to the cultural heritage. There have been especially emphasized international agreements in the environmental field in which Republic of serbia has a membership status and which are of importance for the protection of cultural heritage. The second part of the paper is based on the overview of the national legislation in the field of the environment that has provisions on the cultural heritage protection. In that light, it is possible to, in a relatively clear manner, identify parts of the regulations in the field of the environment that in various ways correspond to the certain aspects of the cultural heritage protection. The broader sense of the relevance of the regulations in the environmental field that is indirectly important for the protection of the cultural heritage is also pointed out. In the separate part of the paper, there has been given an overview of the most significant regulations in the field of cultural heritage. The analysis of the state of the national legislation is put in the context of the harmonization with the appropriate EU regulations in the environmental field and cultural heritage. The basic thesis which is proved in the paper is that the cultural heritage protection is a part of the regulation system of the environmental field in a broader sense, but that building stronger ties between instruments of the cultural heritage protection and environmental protection demands further improvements of the system of norms in the environmental and cultural heritage fields.

Key words:
cultural heritage, environment, international treaties, national regulations, serbia, EU.

Aleksandar Jazić
Civilna zaštita u Evropskoj uniji Abstract
The changes at the global level that occurred after the end of the Cold War resulted in the changes in many areas of society. one of them is civil protection and changes of its role. In the past, this area was more designed as part of defense in the armed conflict in which nuclear weapons would be used. At the beginning of the XXI century civil protection has been in the service of protection of the civilian population from the risks and disasters of different causes and character. The European Union, in order to strengthen civil protection, is trying to connect its members as much is possible into a single system. That is why the European Union is investing a lot of efforts to create a civil protection system that will be effective enough to prevent outbreaks or reduce the effects of a possible disaster in any Member state. In addition, attention is given to the countries that are not members of the European Union, because the consequences of disasters in neighboring countries can be transmitted and affect its members.

Key words:
European Union, civil protection, civil defense, sector for Emergency situations, prevention, risks, catastrophes, rescue, new technologies, environment, legislation, international cooperation.



Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1153-1154    January-June 2014


Dragan PETROVIĆ, Slobodan Janković
The centenary of the First World War is the occasion for the mass propaganda that will have its political goals in the contemporary Europe. It may be another occasion to portray Serbia as guilty of causing a major European havoc and destruction. Western authors, most notably English speaking ones, are using non-scientific methods in order to fulfil political aims of their respective governments tending to put blame on Serbia and Russia. Serbia should act immediately in order to prevent what may be an additional argument for further disintegration of Serbia, this time to the north part and possible the Raska oblast.

Key words:
First World War, Serbia, Danube Region, Great Britain, France, USA, Italy, propaganda, history.

The article analyses the path of the Republic of Serbia to the European Union, this including the concrete results it has achieved on this path as sell as the difficulties which follows this process. They primarily concern the normalisation of relations with Kosovo and Metohia as well as the political and economic reforms which have not been completely carried out that is actually, the fulfilment of the political and economic criteria – the so-called Copenhagen criteria. Further constructive dialogue between Belgrade and Prishtina is a necessary condition for Serbia to start its accession negotiations with the EU and its possible integration in the Union. In spite of this, the EU is of the opinion that Serbia has achieved significant results and that it is in a good way to attain the level which is necessary for a country to achieve for the accession to the EU. The paper consists of the following six parts: the first, introductory part generally considers the conditions for the accession to the EU, the second discusses the beginning of Serbia’s European integration, the third part is focused on the Stabilisation and Association Agreement that is practically an integral part of the process of accession, the fourth speaks of the hitherto progress Serbia has made on its path toward the EU, this including the opinion of the European Commission, the fifth part regards the Kosovo and Metohija issue, and in the final part the author makes conclusions

Key words:
Serbia, European Union, European integration, political and economic reforms, criteria, dialogue, negotiations, concrete results – success.

Slobodan M. ZEČEVIĆ
In his TV address to the public on 23 January 2013, British Prime Minister David Cameron said that if his Conservative Party won the 2015 elections it would schedule a referendum whether Great Britain should remain or leave the European Union. Cameron’s positions coincide with the prominent British politics of Euroscepticism in the last decades. However, concerning what has been said above, there is a dilemma how much the possibility of Great Britain to leave the European Union is legally, politically and economically lawful, genuine and realistic. Apart from this, there is a question to what degree Britain’s European institutional concepts are reconcilable with the increasing tendency of Germany and France towards the federalisation of the European Union institutional system. Actually, Britain accepted the European integration as participation in the common market, but rejected the supranational conception of Jean Monnet on the federal Union being a federal state and having its own Constitution. Today, Great Britain wishes to lead the member states out of the Eurozone in the fight against the Commission’s initiative on the change of the Treaty Establishing the European Community towards the transformation of the Union into a “federation of nation states“. For this reason, the differences in conceptions between Great Britain, on one hand, and France and Germany, on the other, are prominent and threaten to polarise the European Union even more to those member states at the higher and those at the lower level of integration. This is opposite to the original principle of a uniform legal order of the European Union. Although leaving the European Union by Great Britain is legally possible, it is not realistic, because it is economically and politically risky and does not pay.

Key words:
European Union, federalism, institutional system, getting out, integration, referendum, Commission, sovereignty, spillover, supranational model.

In this paper, the author analyses trilateral cooperation among Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Turkey in the past four years as a special contemporary form of multilateral cooperation of the Balkan countries. As this process has brought many results and has had its own institutional mechanisms, the paper is divided in five parts. The foreign policy context of cooperation among these three countries is shown in the first part of this paper, while the second one is dedicated to the presentation of institutional mechanisms of cooperation. Results of this process are shown in the third part of the paper, reactions to the trilateral in the fourth, and future perspectives of this cooperation are presented in the last part.

Key words:
Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey, trilateral cooperation, Srebrenica Declaration, Republic of Srpska, foreign policy.

In this paper, the authors try to diagnose the fundamental aspects, scopes and the extent of the international community’s commitment in building of the modern Afghan state and society in line with the objectives of the major subjects of international relations. The focus is on the activities of the United Nations (UN) and the NATO, but in a broader context also on China, Russia and the EU. In this sense, the central point of the analysis are the objectives related to development and establishment of a stable system of political institutions and the effective implementation of public policies as well as military, police and other institutional capacities with security responsibilities in order to create the preconditions for possible gradual economic development of Afghanistan and normal life conditions. The authors conclude that the international military and civilian missions have failed in the achievement of political objectives, while the security objectives have been attained to a lesser extent.

Key words:
UN, NATO, China, Russia, EU, military intervention, organized crime, terrorism, human security, Afghanistan


This text is analyzing the use of theoretical approaches to the process of Europeanization, especially the rational choice institutionalism and normative institutionalism, on example of Serbia. The whole process of Europeanization is set in the context of wider process of European integration of the Western Balkans region, and the text is reveiling the deepest interests, which guide the European Union and Serbia in this very process. This approach to the process of Europeanization shows the characteristics of the Serbian path towards EU, and a special attention is paid to the political conditionality, which the European Union is using against Serbia, as a country that wishes to join it. The text is especially dealing with the clarity and the speed of rewarding, as well as centrifugal forces of the process itself.

Key words:
Europeanization, political conditionality, Kosovo, institutionalism of rational choice, normative institutionalism, credibility.

The Danube is one of the most important traffic corridors within Europe. That is the reason why the struggle between the great powers-geopolitical players for the control of the Danube is permanent in last two centuries. With the Rhine – Danube canal the European geopolitical horizontal has been made. This has provided Germany, which is the leading central European country, more independent role. German position towards atlantism on one hand and eurasianism on the other has an important influence on the geopolitical position of Serbia.

Key words:
Danube, Rhine, geopolitics, international commissions for Danube, Central European continentalism, atlantism, eurasianism, Danube strategy.

Global climate change will have its impact on international relations. The biggest consequences will certainly be in the regions of the North and South Pole. When it comes to the Arctic, these changes will take place in several dimensions. The first one is of course, security. The borders of the Arctic states have almost been impassable that for low temperatures, snow and ice might in the near future become standard borders by their characteristics. Another dimension is resources. In the Arctic, there are large amounts of energy substances and minerals, which have not yet been exploited. Finally, another dimension that will bring climate change to the Arctic will be the traffic component. Warmer climate and currents of the land and the sea in this part of the world will open new trade and travel routes.

Key words:
Arctic, climate change, territorial disputes, Russia, USA, Canada, EU, China, resources, safety, traffic, international relations.

THE CRIME OF AGGRESSION - International and national criminal law - ABSTRACT
International criminal law as a system of legal rules contained in the documents of international community and in the documents of national (internal) criminal law provides for criminal liability and punishment for a great number of international crimes, among which the crime of aggression is prominent. This crime is an act of breaking war laws and rules of warfare (international humanitarian law) and also it is an act of harming or imperilling the peace among nations and security of mankind. In certain cases, for perpetrators of this crime the primary jurisdiction is the one of international criminal courts (supranational). In this paper, the author has analysed the notion and characteristics of the crime of aggression from the theoretical and practical aspects in international criminal law and in the criminal law of Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Key words:
International criminal law, crime, aggression, national criminal law, responsibility, penalty.

In the paper, the author discusses the proceedings before the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. The main criticism refers to the authority of the Tribunal to adopt the Rules of Procedure and Evidence on its own and to change them when necessary, as well as to too broad authorities of certain parties in the process, especially those of the prosecutor. In addition to the introductory and concluding considerations, the paper is divided into eight parts in which the author indicates the disadvantages of every phase of the proceedings. Criminal proceedings last too long, what can be justified neither by the complexity of the cases nor by poor cooperation of countries. Every accused person has the right to a fair, swift and efficient trial, which is the principle that is not wholly respected by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.

Key words:
Procedure before the Hague Tribunal, investigation, indictment, main hearing, verdict.

Dubravka GRČIĆ
At the time when the question of survival of the European Union is often raised, either due to the inborn anomalies or those which have appeared in its political system and inter-institutional relations, we will draw attention to an important policy which reflects the strengthening of the European Parliament. In this article, we deal with the role the European Parliament plays in a very important EU policy, the budget policy. After a brief review of the development of this policy and powers that the European Parliament has gained in the process of adoption, implementation and control of the budget, we will analyse its current position in this policy according to the current Treaty on European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, known as the Treaty of Lisbon. In this article, we will argue that the European Parliament has significantly strengthened its institutional position and that, in the future, the Parliament will show all its strength and build its power through the budget policy. Also, in this article some other questions will be opened such as what is still missing for the European Parliament to complete its role in the budget policy.

Key words:
European Union, European Parliament, budget, multiannual financial framework, inter-institutional bargaining.

The subject of this paper is the presentation and analysis of the historical development of the German foreign cultural policy as well as its cultural organisation that carries out that policy towards Serbia. The author does it by analysing the characteristics of its cultural policy towards various states (and Serbia) and especially the places, roles and significance that some institutions as the main agents of the German culture play in achieving the goals of this policy in building, promotion and improvement of mutual cultural relations and cooperation between Serbia and Germany. The paper will also discuss the notion of foreign cultural policy and its general characteristics of the German foreign cultural policy, history and the main features and objectives of that policy towards Serbia.

Key words:
Germany, foreign cultural policy, Serbia, international cooperation, organisations.


Adnan Mahmutović,
Demokratski legitimitet Evropske unije

Goran Nikolić,
Tajne službe Velike Britanije: Uloga obaveštajnobezbednosne zajednice u spoljnoj politici Velike Britanije

Miloš Todorović i Ivan Marković,
Međunarodna ekonomija


Izlaganje prvog potpredsednika Vlade Republike Srbije i ministra spoljnih poslova Ivice Dačića na sastanku ministara inostranih poslova EU i Zapadnog Balkana na temu „2004-2014: deset godina od proširenja i evropska integracija Zapadnog Balkana“

Obraćanje Ivice Dačića, prvog potpredsednika Vlade i ministra spoljnih poslova Republike Srbije Komitetu ministara Saveta Evrope


Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1152    October-December 2013


Dragpljub Todić
Međunarodni ugovori i (moguće) slabosti procesa potvrđivanja

Dragan Petrović
Briselski sporazum

Miroslav Antevski, Sanja Jelisavac Trošić, Stevan Rapaić
Ekonomski odnosi Kine i Evropske unije

Ana Jović Lazić, Ivona Lađevac
Zamrznuti sukobi i pregovarački procesi u regionu Južnog Kavkaza

Slobodan Janković
Arapsko proleće i mogućnost prekrajanja postojećih granica u arapskom svetu

Ognjen Gogić
Palestina nakon Rezolucije 67/19

Igor Šćepanović
Istočni Timor: ostvarenje državnosti uprkos i uz pomoć spoljnih i unutrašnjih aktera


Đorđe N. Lopičić
Ataše za štampu

Nebojša Praća
Globalizacija i regionalizacija kao savremeni procesi svetske privrede

Jelena Matijašević, Sanja Vojnić
Uloga i značaj tužilačke funkcije u Sjedinjenim Američkim Državama, s posebnim osvrtom na suzbijanje kriminaliteta

Darko Marković
Krivičnopravna zaštita ranjenika, bolesnika i ratnih zarobljenika u krivičnom zakoniku Republike Srbije

Mina Nikolić
Odgovornost međunarodnih organizacija u svetlu rada Komisije za međunarodno pravo UN


Ljubinko Dedović
Kontroverze crnogorske saobraćajne politike


Ernest Satou,
Diplomatska praksa

David Đ. Dašić,
Diplomatija: savremena i ekonomska


Zajednički radni plan Švajcarske i Srbije u vezi sa predsedavanjem organizacijom za Evropsku bezbednost i saradnju

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1151,   July-September 2013


Dragan Jovašević,
Zločin protiv čovečnosti u međunarodnom i nacionalnom krivičnom pravu

Nada Raduški,
Srpska nacionalna zajednica na prostoru Hrvatske u drugoj polovini XX
i početkom XXI veka

Milovan Radaković,
Snaga Nemačke

Vladimir Trapara,
Odnosi Sjedinjenih Država i Rusije u Obaminom drugom mandatu

Mohedin Ahmad Almadani,
Spoljna politika Evropske unije prema Sudanu


Pero Petrović, Dobrica Vesić,
Primena politike organizacione kulture i klime u savremenoj organizaciji

Zoran Golubović,
Upravljanje informacijama i komuniciranjem u ekonomskoj diplomatiji

Ana Jovašević,
Savremene tendencije evropske kulturne politike

Mladen Stojanović,
Pojam, značaj i funkcije infrastrukture za mir – zašto je neophodan (ne)institucionalni oslonac transformacije sukoba?


Svetlana Đurđević-Lukić,
Globalna politika Sjedinjenih Američkih Država 2001–2012

Aleksandar Fatić, Srđan Korać, Aleksandra Bulatović,
Etika kriminalističko-obaveštajnog rada


Obraćanje predsednika Republike Srbije Tomislava Nikolića na 68. zasedanju Generalne skupštine Ujedinjenih nacija

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1150,   April-June 2013


Vladimir Prvulović
Veština pregovaranja u međunarodnim odnosima (studija slučaja: pregovori Beograda i Prištine pod okriljem EU)

Marija Urošević
Pridruživanje Srbije EU u svetlu političkih prilika u zemlji i problema u Evropskoj uniji

Dušan Proroković
Višegradska grupa: razlozi udruživanja i perspektive integracije

Marija Nedeljković–Pravdić
Nova istočna politika Savezne Republike Nemačke kao model za rešavanje sukoba


Đorđe N. Lopičić
Bečka konvencija o konzularnim odnosima iz 1963. godine – kratak osvrt povodom 50 godina od stupanja na snagu

Dragoljub Todić
Globalna politika u oblasti klimatskih promena i politika država najvećih emitera gasova sa efektom staklene bašte

Željko Jović
Savremena ekološka kriza: nastanak, geneza i posledice


Izazovi i perspektive pridruživanja zemalja Zapadnog Balkana Evropskoj uniji

Iskustva Srbije i Slovačke u vezi sa zaštitom etničkih manjina – kontekst EU


Čedomir Štrbac
Afrički zapisi, Altera, Beograd, 2013.


Saopštenje Saveta ministra EU o Srbiji

Izveštaj EK o Srbiji

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1149,   January-Martch 2013


Kristijan Leken,
Da li Evropska unija raspolaže pravom spoljnom politikom?

Željko Jović,
Mirovne misije Ujedinjenih nacija i savremeni izazovi

Branislav R. Srdanović,
Ekstradicija između prava i politike

Dobrica Vesić,
Uloga korporativnog upravljanja u energetskim preduzećima regiona Jugoistočne Evrope

Milovan Radaković,
Incidenti i sukobi niskog intenziteta, kao refleks nekadašnjih evropskih imperijalnih sila


Momčilo Sakan,
Pojam, karakteristike i vrednosti mira

Ljiljana Nikšić,
Supremacija velikih sila iz ugla političke teorije i rad UN

Slobodan Nešković,
Sredstva međunarodne politike sa posebnim osvrtom na ekonomske resurse

Goran Nikolić,
Agencija za borbu protiv ozbiljnog i organizovanog kriminala (Serious Organised Crime Agency – SOCA)

Predrag Goranović,
Osiguranje za slučaj nezaposlenosti u zemljama regiona

Vladimir Njegomir, Rajko Tepavac, Počuča Milan
Kapacitet međunarodnog sektora osiguranja i reosiguranja: implikacije katastrofalnih šteta


Jovan Ćirić (prir.),
Haški tribunal između prava i politike

Miroslav Antevski and Dobrica Vesić (eds),
Energy Security of Europe: The Position of Serbia


Prvi sporazum o glavnim principima normalizacije


Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1148,   October-December 2012


Brano Miljuš,
Kuda dalje nakon presuda Haradinaju i Gotovini?


Svetlana Đurđević-Lukić, Dragana Nikolić,
Globalni trendovi u sprečavanju proliferacije oružja za masovno uništenje

Slobodan Zečević,
Uloga Evropske centralne banke u institucionalnom sistemu Evropske unije

Srđan Petkanić,
Neofunkcionalistički teorijski pristup i proces evropskih integracija

Đorđe Pavlović,
Različitost pristupa Evropske unije konfliktima u Libiji i Siriji

Dragana Radičić,
Fiskalna konsolidacija u postrecesivnoj ekonomiji evrozone


Duško Dimitrijević,
Kodifikacija pravila o sukcesiji država u odnosu na ugovore

Dalibor Kekić, Dane Subošić,
Interamerička telekomunikaciona komisija

Jelica Gordanić,
Odnos Ujedinjenih nacija i regionalnih organizacija prilikom rešavanja međunarodnih sporova

Mirjana Dejanović,
Globalizacija, međunarodno pregovaranje i ekonomski suverenitet

Nevena Prolović,
Teorijsko određenje i terminološko razlikovanje pojmova javne uprave, državne uprave i lokalne samouprave

Jelena Lopičić-Jančić,
Ratni zločini u Bačkoj 1941–1945. i slučaj Šandor Kepiro

Slađana Savović,
Značaj učenja i transfera znanja za uspeh internacionalnih akvizicija


Zoran Jerotijević,
Ugovori o miru kojima su okončani balkanski ratovi


Regulisanje otvorenih pitanja između država sukcesora SFRJ


Srđan Mićić,
Kraljevina Jugoslavija i anšlus Austrije 1938.

Vladimir Petrović (prir.),
Srpske političke elite i Vens-Ovenov plan, tom I, Stenografske beleške sa proširenih sednica Saveta za usaglašavanje stavova o državnoj politici


Govor ministra spoljnih poslova Ivana Mrkića na XVI samitu šefova država i vlada pokreta nesvrstanih zemalja

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1147,   July-September 2012


Milovan Radaković,
Geopolitički i energetski aduti EU i Rusije – „Nabuko” i „Južni tok”

Branko Pavlica,
NATO i Srbija: saradnja pod okriljem programa Partnerstvo za mir – nemački pogled na evroatlantski put Srbije

Slobodan Janković,
Odnosi Ankare i Brisela i njihovo prelamanje na Balkanu

Miloš Jončić,
Položaj i zaštita manjina u međunarodnom pravu


Pero Petrović, Željko Jović,
Pretpostavka prosperitetnog razvoja srpske privrede – podizanje nivoa konkurentnosti industrije

David Đ. Dašić,
Moguća stanja diplomatskih odnosa

Valentina Milosavljević,
Prilagodljivost japanske privrede promenljivom ekonomskom okruženju

Željko Đ. Bjelajac, Milovan B. Jovanović,
Savremeni terorizam u avio-saobraćaju

Saša Mrduljaš,
Oblikovanje međunarodne podrške unitarnoj Bosni i Hercegovini


Nacionalni i evropski identitet u procesu evropskih integracija


Dragan Petrović, Bogdan Stojanović,
Ravnoteža nuklearne moći SAD i Rusije (SSSR)


Obraćanje predsednika Republike Srbije Tomislava Nikolića u Ujedinjenim nacijama

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1146,   April-June 2012


Two Centuries Long Reshaping of International Relations
– From Empires to European Integration –

Dobrica VESIĆ, Ph.D.
Cuba – The Beginning of Social and Economic Reforms

Dragan PETROVIĆ, Ph.D.
Ukraine During the Presidential Mandate of Viktor Yanukovych 2010-2012

NATO Expansion to the East as a Determining Factor of the Russian Strategy of Security in the Post-Cold War International Order


Željko Bjelajac, Ph.D., Jelena Matijašević, Ph.D. and Duško Dimitrijević, Ph.D.,
Significance of Establishment of International Standards in the Fight Against High Technology Crime

Milan Igrutinović, MA
Frameworks of European Union Strategic Culture

Branko Pavlica, Ph.D.,
Nazi Crimes in History and in International LAW

Jelena Lopičić Jančić, Ph.D.,
Breaches of 1949 Geneva Conventions with Respect to Wounded, Sick and Prisoners of War in Wars Waged from 1945 to 1990.

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1145,   January-March 2012


Sandra Stojadinović Jovanović,
Ostvareni nivo globalizacije svetske privrede

Aleksandar Fatić,
Fenomen „de-suverenizacije“ evroazijskog i balkanskog prostora u bezbednosnoj perspektivi

Saša Ojdanić,
Budućnost Evropske unije (2010-2020): izazovi i perspektive

Miloš B. Marković,
Turski spoljnopolitički „preokret“: slučaj Sirije

Nemanja Džuverović,
Uticaj evropskog modela na latinoamerički proces integracija


Milan Jazbec,
Martin Krpan – od nacionalnog mita do ad hoc diplomate

Vladimir Pavićević, Vladimir Džamić,
Koncept suverenosti: razvoj i savremena tumačenja

Vladimir Trapara,
Perspektive nuklearnog razoružanja u svetlu protivrečnih strategija nuklearnih sila

Aleksandar B. Đurić, Zoran Simonović,
Implementacija međunarodnih antikorupcionih konvencija u krivično zakonodavstvo Ruske Federacije


Charles A. Kupchan,
How Enemies Become Friends: The Sources of Stable Peace

Duško Dimitrijević,
Pravo međunarodnih ugovora

Milovan Radaković,
Komponente evropskog i nacionalnog identiteta


Saopštenje Evropske komisije Evropskom parlamentu i Savetu – Mišljenje Komisije o zahtevu Srbije za članstvo u Evropskoj uniji


Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1144,   October-December 2011


Duško Lopandić,
„Evrokriza” i budućnost Evropske unije

Goran Nikolić,
Korupcija: promene globalne pozicije Srbije u poslednjoj deceniji

Marko Nikolić, Mina Zirojević,
Kulturna i informativna diplomatija: pogled iz srpske perspektive

Srđan Petkanić,
Istraživanja javnog mnjenja prema Evropskoj uniji u Srbiji – tendencije i perspektive


Dejan Pavlović,
Doktrine Evropskog suda za ljudska prava

Ivan Vig, Pero Petrović,
Implementacija i konsolidacija Trade point programa UNCTADA

Slaven Savić,
Administrativni problemi implementacije poreza na dodatu vrednost u federalno uređenim državama sa aspekta njegovog prikupljanja i redistribucije

Ivona Lađevac, Srđan Korać,
Unutrašnja organizacija savremene evropske diplomatije


Uglješa Zvekić,
Devedeset godina multilateralne diplomatije u Ženevi (1921–2011) – istorijska beleška


Godfrey Hodgson,
The Myth of American Exceptionalism, Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2009 (paperback 2010)

Čedomir Štrbac,
Zapisi iz Indije 1997–2002, Altera, Akademija za diplomatiju i bezbednost, Beograd 2011.

Daniel W. Drezner,
Theories of International Politics and Zombies, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 2011.


Dunavska strategija: strateški značaj za Srbiju


Govor predsednika Srbije Borisa Tadića na 22. sesiji Igmanske inicijative

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1143,   July-September 2011


Miloš Hrnjaz,
Ovlašćenja Saveta bezbednosti Ujedinjenih nacija po glavi VII Povelje UN – slučaj Libija

Petar Petković,
Delovanje demohrišćana na pripremi terena za prihvatanje ideje evropskih integracija

Relja Božić,
Evropska politika (zajedničkog) susedstva


Slobodan Zečević,
Evropski savet kao izvedeni međudržavni organ Evropske unije

Milovan Radaković,
Teorije integracije

Tijana Šurlan,
O potencijalu terorizma za status međunarodnog krivičnog dela

Žaklina Novičić, Anđela Stojanović, Miloš Jončić,
Savet UN za ljudska prava: struktura, mehanizmi i praksa

Stevan Rapaić,
Uticaj svetske finansijske krize na međunarodnu robnu trgovinu i strane direktne investicije


Džozef Štiglic, Žak Atali,
Od krize finansijskog „balona” do krize javnih dugova

Vida Čok,
Spone međunarodnog i uporednog prava - Primeri iz oblasti ljudskih prava

Dragan Petrović,
Rusija i Evropa


Govor Borisa Tadića, predsednika Srbije, na Forumu Srbija – Evropska unija

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1142,   April-June 2011


Žarko Paunović,
Civilno društvo, socijalni kapital i evropeizacija Srbije


Dai Binguo,
Istrajati na putu mirnog razvoja

Slobodan Janković,
Libijska kriza i njene posledice

Milan Lipovac, Danijela Spasić, Želimir Kešetović,
Koncept socijetalne bezbednosti i teorija sekuritizacije kao okviri za analizu procesa prijema Turske u Evropsku uniju ..

Maja Sahadžić,
Transformacijska diplomacija u primjeni: nova diplomacija za novo doba? Arhitektura prijelazne strategije


Bojan Milisavljević,
Razvoj instituta diplomatske zaštite u međunarodnom pravu

Dragana Marković, Srđan Furtula,
Razvoj i perspektive monetarnih integracija u svetu


Boris Krivokapić,
Rečnik međunarodnog prava

Spoljna politika Srbije: strategije i dokumenta

Radenko Mutavdžić,
Partnerstvo u bezbednosti


Zajednička izjava ministara odbrane procesa saradnje Jugoistočne Evrope

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1141,   January-March 2011


Koncept neutralne države (The concept of a neutral country)

Povelja Ujedinjenih nacija i evolucija međunarodnog prava (United Nations charter and evolution of international law)

COREPER – vrh ledenog brega komiteta i radnih grupa Saveta Evropske unije (COREPER – The tip of the iceberg of European Union Council committees and working groups)

Dragana M. RADIČIĆ,
Ekonomska kriza: pouke i zaključci (Economic crisis: lessons and conclusions)


Ratomir Milikić,
Šest decenija od Haškog kongresa: velika očekivanja i nepotpuna ostvarenja – jugoslovenski doprinos (Six decades from the Hague congress: Great expectations and inadequate accomplishments, Yugoslav contribution)

Sergej Uljanov, Zvonimir Ivanović,
Uticaj globalnih strateških međunarodnih odnosa na trendove organizovanih krimininalnih aktivnosti (The impact of global strategic international relations to the trends of organized criminal activities)

Nada Raduški,
Demografski razvoj i položaj manjina u Srbiji kao faktor stabilnosti i međunarodne saradnje (Demographic development and position of minorities in Serbia as a factor of stability and international co-operation)


Živojin JAZIĆ,
Moj pogled na diplomatiju (1957-2005)

Dezmon DINAN,
Menjanje Evrope – istorija Evropske unije

Moć i nemoć pregovaranja


Istupanje Vuka Jeremića, ministra spoljnih poslova Republike Srbije, u Centru Denis Hastert za ekonomiju, državnu i javnu politiku na Viton koledž


Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1140,   October-December 2011


Spoljna kulturna politika Nemačke prema Srbiji – uloga, zadaci i delatnost organizacija kulture (German Foreign Cultural Policy Towards Serbia – The Role, Tasks and Activities of Cultural Organisations)


Politički identitet Evropske unije (The Political Identity of European Union)

Institucija Visokog predstavnika Unije za spoljne poslove i bezbednosnu politiku i Evropska služba spoljnih poslova (Institution of High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and European External Action Service)

Evropska unija u Ujedinjenim nacijama nakon usvajanja Lisabonskog ugovora (European Union in United Nations After Adoption of the Lisbon Treaty)


Devizni režimi i tendencije kurseva valuta istočnoevropskih zemalja tokom dve decenije nakon pada Berlinskog zida (1990-2010) (Foreign Currency Regimes and Exchange Rates Trends in Eastern European Countries Two Decades After the Fall of the Berlin Wall (1990-2010))

Vladimir TRAPARA,
Pravila o međunarodnom miru i bezbednosti u svetlu odnosa između velikih sila (Rules on International Peace and Security in the Light of Relations Among Great Powers)


Obrad RAČIĆ,
Ujedinjene nacije: između moći i prava

Poslužiti svome dragom otečestvu: iz istorije srpske diplomatije: 1804–1914.

Branko PU,
Nemačka kao ugovorni partner Srbije i Jugoslavije 1882–2009.


Spoljna politika Srbije – bilateralni i multilateralni odnosi

Uloga i mesto Republike Srbije u međunarodnim organizacijama


Obraćanje predsednika Republike Srbije, Borisa Tadića na otvaranju sajma Global Konekt

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1139,    July-September 2010


Put Srbije u Evropsku uniju – izbor modela razvoja (Serbian way to EU – selection of a development model)

Zorana Brozović,
Diskurs o NATO u Narodnoj skupštini Republike Srbije (2000–2008) (Discourse on NATO in Parlaments of Serbia (2000–2008))


Ljiljana FIJAT and Aleksandar ŽIVKOVIĆ,
Svetska ekonomska kriza i pranje novca (World economic crisis and money laundering)

Predsednički izbori u Ukrajini 2010. – analiza ostvarenih rezultata po oblastima i kulturno-istorijske regionalizacije (Presidential elections in Ukraine – an analysis of results by regions and cultural-historical regionalisation)

Srđan KORAĆ,
Pretnja transnacionalnog organizovanog kriminala po ekološku bezbednost Srbije (The threat of transnational organised crime to environmental security of Serbia)


Vladimir VUČKOVIĆ,
Država i tržište: ratovi zvezda (The state and market: star wars)

Srpski spoljnotrgovinski odnosi sa afričkim državama od 2001. godine (Serbia’s foreign trade relations with african states since 2001)


Perry Anderson, The New Old World, Verso, London, New York, 2009.


Asimetrični ratovi, međunarodni odnosi i teorija pravednog rata

Harmonizacija zakonodavstva Republike Srbije sa pravom Evropske unije (Harmonisation of Legislation of the Republic of Serbia with European Union Law)


Obraćanje predsednika Republike Srbije Borisa Tadića povodom mišljenja Međunarodnog suda pravde o Kosovu

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1138,   April-June 2010


Delimitacija srpsko-hrvatske granice na Dunavu (Delimitation of Serbo-Croatian Boundary on Danube River)

Srbija i kulturni aspekti regionalne integracije (Serbia and Cultural Aspects of Regional Integration Multilateral Regional Co-operation as a Modern Form of International Cultural Relations)


Međusobna determinisanost evropskog i nacionalnog identiteta (Mutual Determinatedness of European and National Identities)

Lisabonski ugovor: institucionalne izmene u oblasti spoljne politike Evropske unije (Lisbon Treaty: Institutional Changes in European Union Foreign Policy)

Demokratski deficit u funkcionisanju Evropske unije – tendencije i perspektive (Democratic Deficit in the Functioning of the European Union – Tendencies and Prospectives)

Građevina nedovršenog: problem identiteta Zapadnog Balkana (Building the Imcomplete: Western Baklans Identity Problem)


Parlamentarna kontrola vojnih operacija EU – slučaj Nemačke (Parliamentary Oversight of CSDP Military Operations – The German Case)

Politizacija policijske saradnje u Evropi do Drugog svetskog rata (Politicisation of Police Co-operation in Europe Until World War II)


The Superpower Myth – The Use and Misuse of American Might, John Wiley & Sons Inc, Hoboken, 2006

Reforma saveta bezbednosti Ujedinjenih nacija, Institut za međunarodnu politiku i privredu, Beograd, 2009

Postamerički svet, Heliks, Smederevo, 2009

Geopolitika savremene Ukrajine, Institut za međunarodnu politiku i privredu, Beograd, 2009 ()

Međunarodni položaj Ukrajine, Institut za međunarodnu politiku i privredu, Beograd, 2009 ()


U senci gasa i politike: srpsko-ruska saradnja u oblasti kulture i religije

Dunav-najjača veza sa Evropskom unijom


Govor predsednika Srbije Borisa Tadića povodom Međunarodnog dana sećanja na žrtve holokausta

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1137,   January-March 2010


Uticaj međunarodnih i domaćih aktera na reforme penzijskih sistema u državama sukcesorima SFRJ (The Impact of International and Domestic Factors on Pension System Reforms in the SFRY Successor States)


Bogdan GECIĆ,
Privatno-pravno sankcionisanje pravila konkurencije – evropska perspektiva (Private Enforcement of Competition Law – European Prospects)

Savremeni rasizam – bezbednosni izazov, rizik i pretnja (A Contemporary Security Problem – Racial Postmoderna)

Nikola MARIĆ,
Inicijativa za formiranje „Nove bezbednosne arhitekture Evrope“ kao deo spoljne politike Ruske Federacije (The Initiative for Establishment of “New Security Architecture of Europe” as a Part of the Russian Federation’s Foreign Policy)


Od Garašanina do Milovanovića: pedeset godina geostrateškog promišljanja u Srbiji XIX veka (From Garašanin to Milovanović: Fifty Years of Geopolitical Thinking in Serbia of the 19th Century)

Ljubica M. ZJALIĆ,
Institucijalizacija kao ključ za razvoj privrede i društva (Institutionalisation as a Key For Development of Economy and Society)


Giovanni ARRIGHI,
The Long Twentieth Century: Money, Power, and the Origins of Our Times, Verso, London, 1994.

Department of Analyses and Strategies,
The Western Balkans and European Integration-Perspectives and Implications, Office of the Committee for European Integration, Centre of Eastern Studies and Central European Desk, Warsaw, 2008.

David Dašić,
Savremena diplomatija, Multidisciplinarni centar za podsticanje integracionih procesa i harmonizaciju prava i Privredni savetnik d.o.o., Beograd, 2008.


Hajde da razgovaramo o NATO

Energetika u Jugoistočnoj Evropi


Govor Borisa Tadića, predsednika Republike Srbije na proslavi dvadesete godišnjice pada Berlinskog zida


Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1136, 2009


The national security strategy – A compromise between the real and the possible

Turkish foreign policy at the beginning of 21st century

Greek-Macedonian dispute over Macedonia’s name

Russia-Georgia relations: A year after the armed conflict


Vladimir Vučković,
The end of the dollar domination

US international trade in services

Jasminka SIMIĆ,
NATO’s engagement in former SFRY, 1990-2001

Marko Nikolić,
Current issues between the Orthodox and the Roman-Catholic churches


Hladni mir – Kakvaz i Kosovo (Cold peace – Caucasus and Kosovo), Radio Slobodna Evropa, Prag, Čigoja štampa, Beograd, 2009.

Tragedija politike velikih sila (Tragedy of Great Power Politics), Udruženje za studije SAD u Srbiji, Beograd, 2009.

Region kao razvojna perspektiva u Evropskoj uniji (Development prospects of the region in the European Union), Službeni glasnik, Beograd, 2009.


Serbia in the contemporary geostrategic surroundings

Will there be another gas crisis?

XII ANSES summer school of democracy in South-Eastern Europe

Serbia and Japan – Relations with neighbours and border issues


Statement by Vuk Jeremić, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia,
at the 20th anniversary of the Ninth Non-Aligned Summit – “History and legacy
for a peaceful world”

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1135, 2009


Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin wall: The case of Serbia


EU-Russia: Assymetic inter-dependence

Co-operation in the multipolar world

Stock markets and exchange tendencies in transition countries as indicators of possible recovery of the world and domestic economies

Irina ŽARIN,
Ratification of the Lisbon Treaty: Challenges and obstacles


Basic features of creation, organisation and activities of the African Union

Zvonimir IVANOVIĆ i Sergej ULJANOV,
Principles of international relations in dealing with INTERPOL notices

Predrag ILIĆ,
Malteški red i pravo poslanstva (The Order of Malta and right of legation)


Dominique MOÏSI,
The Geopolitics of Emotion: How Cultures of Fear, Humiliation and Hope Are Reshaping the World, Doubleday, New York, 2009

Ashraf GHANI and Clare LOCKHART,
Fixing Failed States: A Framework for Rebuilding a Fractured World, Oxford University Press, New York, 2008

Terorizam – opšti deo (Terrorism- A general part) , Pravni fakultet, Beograd, 2009.

Savremeni međunarodni odnosi (Contemporary international relations), Megatrend univerzitet, Beograd, 2008


Address by Vuk Jeremić, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia,
before the United Nations Security Council

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1134, 2009


The situation in the contemporary world and Serbia

Western Balkans in the USA-EU-Russia triangle

Interim agreement on trade between EU and Serbia and its initial implementation


The world financial crisis and exit strategy

Aleksandar JAZIĆ,
Social lines of division in Ukraine


Jovana Ninković,
The role of the chamber system in Serbia in the post-modern economic diplomacy and selection of economic counsellors

Mirjana DOLOVAC,
The Roma and media


Guerre ou paix, Essai sur le monde de demain (War or peace, an essay of the world of tomorrow)

Jacues Attali,
Une brève histore de l'avenir (A short history of the future)

Ignacio RAMONET,
Géopolitique du chaos (Geopolicy of chaos)

Dragan SIMIĆ,
Svetska politika – Međudržavni i međunarodni poredak, svetska politika, globalni odnosi (World politics – inter-state and international order, world politics, global relations)


45th annual conference on Latin America

Political, strategic and military culture in transition states


The Law Affirming the Agreement on Supply and Mutual Services (USA-SRB-01)
signed between the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Serbia on behalf of the Government of the Republic of Serbia and the United States Department of Defense

Instructions for associates

Medjunarodna politika

N°. 1133, 2009


Foreign direct investments in South-Eastern Europe – A view from Serbia

Žaklina NOVIČIĆ,
Kosovo: A year after the unilateral proclamation of independence


Towards NATO’s 60th anniversary: Security between regionalism and globalism

Gas crisis and energy security

Citizenship regulations in Serbia and Montenegro


Dragan SIMIĆ,
American strategic thinking in early 21st century

Education and health care expenses in European Union member states and in the Republic of Serbia


European prospects of South-Eastern Europe

Development of public administration and governance studies in Serbia

European Union and transitional justice

Regional co-operation of the National convent on the European Union


Međunarodno pravo u međunarodnim odnosima – Druga polovina XX veka (International law in international relations – Second half of the 20th century)

An Introduction to European Foreign Policy

Radoslav VESNIĆ MLAĐI, Dr Milenko VESNIĆ,
gransenjer srpske diplomatije (A Grandsenier of the Serbian diplomacy)


Joint statement of representatives of South-East European states