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International problems

Vol. LXVII    N°. 1/2015

Mihajlo VUČIĆ, Marko NOVAKOVIĆ,
ICJ GENOCIDE JUDGMENT IN THE DISPUTE BETWEEN CROATIA AND SERBIA – LEGAL ANALYSIS AND ITS IMPORTANCE FOR MUTUAL REALTIONS Abstract
The Judgment of the International Court of Justice in the case of mutual claims for the breach of the Genocide Convention between Croatia and Serbia represents the final outcome of 16 years of a dispute which burdened their bilateral relations on everyday basis. Bearing in mind that the International Court of Justice, as the international judicial authority with highest legitimacy in contemporary international order, found both claims to be unfounded, the judgment can represent an impulse for governments of both countries to settle the problematic legacy of years of conflict and mutual allegations. However, some passages from the judgment might be used also as means of diplomatic pressure by both governments, since the International Court of Justice blamed the Croatian government for the grave crimes short of genocide commited during the Operation Storm, but also adopted the interpretation of the ICTY’s joint criminal enterprise jurisprudence which foreshadows further prosecutions for political personalities allegedly connected with the conception of Greater Serbia.

Key words:
International Court of Justice, Croatia, Serbia, international criminal law

Žaklina NOVIČIĆ,
GLOBOSCEPTICISM OF CLASSICAL LIBERALS Abstract
There is a relatively renewed debate about world government and world state in recent years, as well as renewed traditional denial of the ideas, nowdays called “globoscepticism”. As this debate repeatedly comes alive, and since skepticism towards global political organization has been a very old phenomenon, this paper refers to its origins among the classical liberal thinkers of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, as well as to their predecessors. The paper gives an overview of attitudes towards global political organization of the states among classical liberal thinkers, and concludes that they identified inability and undesirability of the idea that states may voluntarily give up their sovereignty and transfer it to a higher, global authority.

Key words:
classical liberals, war, world state, skepticism, sovereignty

Aleksandar JAZIĆ,
A NEW APPROACH TO THE SYSTEM OF CIVIL PROTECTION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION Abstract
After the Cold War civil defense was transformed into civil protection. This part of the state structure moved from the armed forces in the civilian sector. There are two reasons. First, direct threat of nuclear war stopped. Second, major natural disasters caused by climate changes. Today's civil protection is organized in order to protect life and property in the event of disasters caused by nature or man. The European Union is due to the problems that arise when disasters appear start a process aimed at higher efficiency of civil protection in the Member States, but also the formation of a joint civil protection system on its territory. A key reason for the formation of a joint civil protection system is a phenomenon that disaster in one country causes consequences in several neighbouring countries. This is why the framework of modernization of the European Union Civil Protection includes non-member states.

Key words:
civil protection, disasters, European Union, cooperation, modernization

Sandra STOJADINOVIĆ JOVANOVIĆ,
CONTEMPORARY TRENDS IN GLOBAL FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FLOWS Abstract
It is not necessary to explain the importance of foreign direct investment, particularly in less developed countries, bearing in mind the numerous theoretical and empirical papers that confirm their importance and effects that the inflow of these investments in the country can make. The movement of these investments on the global level is characterized by significant changes, especially in recent years, in their volume, geographically distribution as well as in the conditions in which they take place – conditions of instability and crisis interruptions, growing regional and interregional integration and altered foreign direct investment policies. Trends in their movements are mirrored in individual countries, stressing on the need for their continuous monitoring and detailed analysis. Therefore the paper will identified the key trends that characterize the contemporary global flows of foreign direct investments.

Key words:
Key words: foreign direct investments, contemporary trends, global FDI flows

Pero PETROVIĆ, Dobrica VESIĆ,
IMPACT OF GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS ON SERBIA’S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Abstract
The global economic crisis strongly affects economic slowdown in the world due to the effects of reduced demand in developed economies. The fall in demand in the European market had a negative impact on Serbia’s foreign trade and economic growth. The reduction in export demand, reduction of industrial production, the company in default, wage cuts and rising unemployment are the main features of the crisis that has engulfed Serbia. Serbia needs structural reforms at all levels in order to increase the competitiveness of the economy, which is now at a low level. In the last decade Serbia’s economic development based on the integration in European and global markets and foreign direct investment. An additional impact of crisis in Serbia was a significant shortage of foreign capital. The decline and fall of the investment trust in the banking system, manifested by withdrawal of foreign funds from the financial system and reduce foreign exchange liquidity.The recovery of Serbian economy can be expected by introduction of new reforms, economic measures. In addition to reducing the fiscal deficit and savings, it is expected a creation of favorable business environment for investment and business. Political and economic stability is the basis for attracting foreign direct investment.

Key words:
Serbia, economy, development, world economic crisis, influents, FDI

Sanja JELISAVAC-TROŠIĆ, Stevan RAPAIĆ,
STATUS AND PROSPECTS OF SERBIA'S ACCESSION TO THE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Abstract
For many years now Serbia is persistent in its attempt to become a full member of the World Trade Organization. Countries that are not yet members represent a tiny minority of the total world trade, and Serbia is one of them. Membership in the WTO is de facto requirement for accession to the European Union. This paper explains how far Serbia traveled in her way to this international organization, whose agreements are governing the global rules of trade between nations. Special attention was paid to the question why it is important that Serbia joins this organization, and what can be concluded from the accession experiences of countries in the region. The authors of this study will try to explain the importance of the WTO accession, and the manner in which membership in this organization will affect Serbia’s existing foreign trade relations.

Key words:
Serbia, WTO accession, foreign trade, Doha round, negottiations

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2014

International problems

Vol. LXVI    N°. 3-4/2014

Miroslav ANTEVSKI & Sanja FILIPOVIĆ,
Foreign investment activities of chinese companies Abstract
Chinese investments abroad have recorded high growth rates in the last decade, but its scope is still small in comparison to those of developed industrial countries. The state plays a key role in its encouragement and support directly and indirectly. Large state corporations are the biggest investors abroad, somewhere investments of Chinese private companies dominate, e.g. in Africa. There is a great geographic dispersion of investment flows, while the highest concentration is in developing countries. The main drivers of investment capital are trade, energy sources, natural resources, infrastructure projects and acquisition of strategic assets. These drivers are often are combined from two or more ones which are mutually supportive.

Key words:
China, Investment, TNC.

Miroljub JEVTIĆ,
Multicultural constitutionalism – Squaring circle Abstract
A number of European countries, as well as the United States, Canada and Australiain the second half of the 20thcentury,received many immigrants from Hindu,Buddhist and Islamic region. This has created a specific situation which did not existat the time ofthe formationof these states.At a time whenthose stateswere formedthe vast majority ofthe populationbelongtotheChristianpolitical culture. As a result,secularconstitutions were created. BecauseChristian theologycan acceptthe secularprincipleof organizationof the state .Immigrantshave broughttheircultural and politicalmodel. For example,an Islamic politicalmodelexcludessecularismand demandtheocracy. Thus, if the questionof eventual transformation of the constitution is posedautochthon populationandMuslimscannot make acompromise, if eachside insistson itsmodel. This meansthat themulticultural constitution is impossible.

Key words:
multiculturalism, constitutionalism, religion, difficulties, Politоlogy of Religion.

Duško DIMITRIJEVIĆ and Ivan DuJIĆ,
The territorial dispute in the Sea of Japan and its impact on regional security summary Abstract
In recent years, the Sea of Japan or the East Sea as it is called in South Korea has become the place of territorial dispute. The territorial dispute between South Korea (Republic of Korea) and Japan refers to the question of sovereignty over the Takeshima/Dokdo Islands. This is a preliminary legal question for resolving the issue of demarcation of marine zones between the countries in dispute. The question of delimitation of marine zones is made particularly difficult by the fact that the countries in dispute have taken unilateral legal acts. Although the specific circumstances regarding the resolution of the territorial dispute differ, both countries see them as an opportunity to secure their geostrategic and then economic interests. Therefore, this dispute like other territorial disputes in Southeast Asia (the South and East China Sea) is the cause of instability, which increasingly threatens peace and security in this part of the world. Under certain internal and external political circumstances, most political factors in the countries use this dispute as an instrument to achieve broader support for their governments. Since territorial disputes relating to the question of state sovereignty, which is usually associated with psychological factors (nationalist feelings and dignity of the people) and historical heritage (which is not in a small number of cases coloured by a heavy imperial or colonial past), none of the parties wants to make concessions to the other side indicating that disputes will not be so easy to resolve and overcome peacefully without the infiltration of external political factors. In the study that follows, the author presents an international legal and political analysis of the territorial dispute in the Sea of Japan with explanations on its impact on the regional security.

Key words:
Територијални спорови, Такешима/Докдо, Јапанско море, међународно право мора, УНЦЛОС, регионална безбедност, источна Азија

Ana JOVIĆ-LAZIĆ,
Cooperation between the Russian Federation and NATO in the field of European security Abstract
Preserving stability in the wider region of Europe cannot be achieved without the cooperation of the European Union, the Russian Federation and NATO. Dialogue Union with Russia in the field of security is marked by the fact that the EU wants to build its own security and defence system, with a tendency to mainly rely on NATO operations during the planning and military development. Also, the EU is ready to propose a Russia to get involved in that system, to a certain extent. The goal of NATO is to maintain a key role in ensuring stability and security in Europe and the world. At the same time NATO shows a willingness to cooperate closely with the EU and to periodically consult with Russia through certain organs of NATO. Russia, however, insists that the European security should be provided through of its equal cooperation with NATO and the EU. The current Ukrainian crisis showed as a major challenge for European security since the end of the Cold War. It made clear that relations between Russia, the EU and NATO are increasingly characterized by misunderstanding, mistrust and confrontation, which can have very negative consequences for the preservation of peace and security in Europe.

Key words:
the European Union, the Russian Federation, NATO, European security, contemporary international challenges.

Miloš JONČIĆ,
Protection of special categories of persons in armed conflicts Abstract
War as a method of dispute resolution has been present since ancient times. The consequences of the war affect the civilian population, perhaps even more than members of armed forces. Among civilian victims the war makes the greatest impact on women and children. Therefore, it is necessary to pay more attention to this category of persons who are protected in armed conflicts. The existing international norms and rules clearly indicate that a certain degree of protection is achieved, but in this area of constant improvement is necessary. This paper analyses the existing rules, noting where protection could be improved. The work is divided into two parts. The first relates to the special protection of women in armed conflict, and the other is dedicated to the protection of children. In both parts the attention has been given to the normative solutions in written International Humanitarian Law and international custom law. All four Geneva Conventions of 1949 has bee

Key words:
Civilians, armed conflicts, special categories of persons, women, children.

Ivana RAKIĆ,
The role of merger control rules in the enforcement of optimal competition policy Abstract
The purpose of ex ante merger control is to secure and preserve the competitive market structures by controlling concentrations which might significantly impede effective competition. All concentrations exceeding a certain turnover threshold are subject to mandatory notification under national merger control rules and such transactions shall not be implemented prior to clearance decision. In assessing a concentration, the relevant competition authority must consider the likely effects of the concentration on competition, and if the concentration is expected to be anti-competitive, it must be prohibited. The aim of this article is to explain the difficulties to properly determine the institutional framework in which the competition authority approves or prohibits concentrations. Therefore, the author analyses some of the main principles on which merger control should be based and points out that merger control rules play very important role in achieving effective enforcement of optimal competition policy.

Key words:
control of concentrations, merger control, ex ante control, competition policy, competition law.

Senad GANIĆ,
Advisory opinion of the International Court of Justice in the “Wall case” in the service of a possible solution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict Abstract
The Arab-Israeli conflict even today represents one of the most complex problems facing the international community. The biggest controversy of the problem lies in the conflicting interpretations of the reasons offered by both sides. The way to overcome this impasse, is precisely the way recourse to international institutions. For this reason, the surprising fact is, that one very important decision of The International Court of Justice, it seems, remained unjustly neglected, especially if we take into account the importance of the issues which the Court dealtand the beneficial impact that this decision may have in the process of resolving the conflict in the Middle East. We believe that Advisory Opinion on Legal Consequences of the Construction of a Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territory hides the way to a possible solution of this exhausting conflict. To consider because it comes to a legal analysis of the situation, which was given by the authorities in whose objectivity we supposed not to suspect as we supposed not to doubt on the objectivity of international law. Therefore, we consider it important to once again remind the decision, believing that in this way we can help to better understand the nature of this conflict, but also the reasons which indicate its possible peaceful solution.

Key words:
Arab-Israeli conflict, Advisory opinion, International Court of Justice, The construction of the wall, occupied Palestinian territory The legal consequences, Right to self-defence.

Vidoje GOLUBOVIĆ,
Regional co-operation in the field of protection and preservation of cultural heritage Abstract
Regional co-operation in the field of preservation and protection of cultural heritage is one of fundamental values of tolerance and peace among the nations in the region and within maintanenance of national identity. It becomes especially significant at the time of globalisation and proclaimed multiculturalism. At the same time, this also includes the question of (non)achievement of rights and obligations of the state in preserving and protecting cultural heritage. In this way, one's own cultural identity is defended, what includes a comprehensive cultural heritage (tangible and non-tangible) beyond every country and the region. Generally, we can define – observe the protection of cultural identity through the establishment of ethnic policy of every state in the region, this including Serbia, too.

Key words:
region, state, heritage, culture, preservation, protection, ethnic policy, identity.

Dobrica VESIĆ,
Adapting the Serbian economy to regional and European integration Abstract
In contemporary international relations, economic activities are becoming increasingly prioritized in relation to political ones. For Serbia, it is important to have a clear strategy of development that will have significant implications for all economic activities and international economic cooperation, i.e. the process of European integration. In creating the development strategy it is necessary to choose the sectors of the economy on which the future development of the Serbian economy will be based. On the other hand, instead of maximizing profits and due to the creation and strengthening of several relevant groups of stakeholders (managers, employees, customers, the state, etc.) whose long-term interests must be taken into consideration by a company, it is primarily through harmonization of their interests that pluralism and complexity of goals of a contemporary corporate company is achieved. Attaining of the set goals in the radically changed and highly competitive market environment demands to formulate strategies based on a detailed analysis of the macroeconomic and microeconomic environment, resources and other business potentials. It should be noted that there have been identified three phases of competitiveness of a country and these are as follows: factor-driven, efficiency-driven and innovative-driven competitiveness. In its development every country should go through competitiveness based on the supply of factors of production through investment driven competitiveness based on the efficiency of use of available factors of production to innovation driven competitiveness.

Key words:
Serbia, positioning, region, European integration process, economic policy.

Dragan ĐUKANOVIĆ,
“Identity issues” and lines of internal divisions in Montenegro abstract Abstract
The history of Montenegro in the 20th and the early 21st century shows that the divisions were very prominent, these including the moment when the Kingdom of Montenegro had been created (after 1918), the period during World War II (1941–1945) as well as the time when its state and legal position was to be resolved. Similar lines of divisions in the Montenegrin society became dominant again during the dissolution of former SFR Yugoslavia (1991–1999) as well as immediately before and after the referendum on the status of the state in 2006 concerning primarily the set of the so-called identity issues. Those issues include the images and contents of Montenegro’s state symbols, the official language (the Montenegrin language since 2007) and the status of the canonically unrecognised Montenegrin Orthodox Church. At the same time, the author points to the disagreements of political actors in Montenegro regarding its membership in the NATO. This prevents the possibility of achieving as broad as possible consensus on the foreign policy identity and orientation of this country. Finally, the author concludes that it is necessary to achieve a broad internal consensus and make a compromise in Montenegro concerning the set of identity issues mentioned above in order to prevent the traditional division in the society.

Key words:
Montenegro, identity, identity issues, state symbols, official language, church, foreign policy.

Sandra VUČIĆ & Miloš MILENKOVIĆ,
Macedonia: Factor of stability or instability in the regional security subcomplex Western Balkans? Abstract
For many years, security studies were dominated by the theories which explained security predominantly by relying on military-political aspects. Under the veil of fear from the constant threat of the outbreak of a direct conflict between the Great Powers, it is often overemphasized undoubtedly great importance of the Great Powers and their impact on security dynamics of different regions, with almost total disregard of local actors and the way they shape the same region. In this regard, Regional Security Complex Theory (RSCT) represents a significant step forward in the current international security studies, because it sets up regional subsystems (complex) as the referent object of security. This paper will analyze the security problems Macedonia is faced with within the regional security subcomplex Western Balkans (RSSWB). However, the goal of this research will not only be the identification, description and mapping problems present in this subcomplex, which affect the security of Macedonia, but it will be issued its position within this sub-complex, where the method of scenarios will be used to represent possible paths of movement of Macedonia which will largely define whether it will be considered as a factor of stability or instability in subcomplex Western Balkans. Finnaly, the research will include the sustainability of the idea of the Western Balkans as a permanent regional security subcomplex, given the complexity of the relations of Macedonia with Greece, which is not part of RSSWB.

Key words:
Macedonia, regional security complex theory, regional security subcomplex Western Balkans, the Great Powers, neorealism, constructivism.

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International problems

Vol. LXVI    N°. 1-2/2014

ARTICLES

Pero PETROVIĆ and Dobrica VESIĆ,
Global financial crisis and its impact on global trade trends and WTO ABSTRACT
The modern economic and financial crisis has caused a significant reduction in trade flows for the first time since the Second World War, so it is often referred to as the trade crisis. Despite many benefits and disadvantages of liberalization as key contemporary features, the current crisis has led to re-examination of these attitudes affecting the introduction of protectionist measures and to strengthening of regional ties and numerous alliances. The question that arises is how trade flows will look like in the future and whether regional integration will prevail over multilateralism and the liberalized multilateral trading system. The financial crisis quickly became an economic crisis that hit all sectors. The first visible effects of the crisis were reflected in a sharp fall in trade flows that were conditioned by drop in demand, what led to fall in production and employment. The first reaction of many countries was to take protectionist measures in order to protect their national interests. This is again aroused a debate among proponents of liberalism and protectionism, where the effects of the emergence of the crisis favoured the latter. Economic decision makers are faced with the pressing economic problems and they tried to mitigate them (at least in a short term) turning to regional partners and less to the world market.

Key words:
Financial crisis, trade trends, globalization, regionalization, WTO.

Nikola JOKANOVIĆ,
Contemporary economic relations between China and European Union (in english) ABSTRACT
This paper will discuss the economic relations between the European Union and the People’s Republic of China. The introductory part will make an insight into the position of China in the contemporary global economy.
The following part of the paper will analyse China-EU trade relations. The topics included will be a general overview of these relations since their establishing in 1975 as well as the European Union’s attitude towards the Chinese WTO membership. The Sino-EU partnership and competition will also be described and it will be followed by an overview of the Sino-EU High Level Economic and Trade Dialogue (HED). The concluding topics in this part of the paper will include Sino-EU trade flows, perceived obstacles to trade and investment as well as recent trade disputes between two trading partners.
The third part of the paper will deal with Sino-EU investment flows (with an emphasis on Chinese investments in EU member states). After the introductory remarks concerning the EU investments originating from China, the paper will shed light on particular EU member states which are preferred for Chinese investment as well as the industries in which Chinese companies are willing to invest. The concluding part of this paper will offer possible development of relations between the EU and China in the near future.

Key words:
People’s Republic of China, European Union, economic relations, trade relations, investment flows.

Marko NOVAKOVIĆ and Mihajlo VUČIĆ,
A view of the Judgement and interpretation of the International Court of Justice in the Temple of Preah Vihear case ABSTRACT
On 11th November 2013, the International Court of Justice issued a judgment regarding the request for Interpretation of the Judgment of 15th June 1962 in the case concerning the Temple of Preah Vihear, a border dispute between the Kingdoms of Cambodia and Thailand. In this article, the authors have elaborated both the original judgment and its recent interpretation. They begin by providing the historical context that led to the dispute before the Court. The main part of the article is dedicated to the legal analysis of the judgment and its interpretation. Special attention is given to the Court’s manner of reasoning and the implications which this manner has for the substantial settlement of the dispute and the clarification of several principles of international law that deal with territorial delimitation between states on natural borders, but also to the wider jurisprudence of the Court in similar instances.

Key words:
Preah Vihear, International Court of Justice, interpretation of judgment, Thailand, Cambodia.

Tijana ŠURLAN
Responsibility of a State to Protect (R2P): Genesis and Meaning of the Concept ABSTRACT
The concept of responsibility to protect is a modern concept in international relations and international law. Its evolution started in 2001 within the Project of the International Committee for the Intervention and State Sovereignty. It was welcomed by the UN being elaborated and applied in several occasions.
In the paper, the author explores the concept of responsibility to protect from two aspects. One aspect is a genesis of the concept and its normative framework. The author presents all documents on the R2P adopted by the UN General Assembly, UN Security Council, UN Secretary General as well as the debates on the issue. The other is a critical and analytical elaboration of the issue concerned. The analysis is contemplated in terms of both theory of international relations and international public Law. Its practical aspect is elaborated by using the Syrian crisis as an example.

Key words:
Responsibility to protect, concept, international humanitarian law, international human rights law, General Assembly resolutions, Security Council Resolutions, General Secretary Reports.

Vladimir TRAPARA,
Missile defense as an issue in Russia–United States Relations ABSTRACT
The history of missile defense as an issue in Russia-U.S. relations is already several decades long. Its current phase began in 2007 with the U.S. decision to deploy its missile defense system in Central and Eastern Europe. In this paper, a summary of the most significant moments in missile defense development is offered being followed by the analysis of the issue regarding its technological and political aspects. The basic argument is that the absence of Russian-American deal on this issue is caused by the U.S. general policy that is aimed at depriving Russia of its independent great power status, which it does not want to give up. The U.S. missile defense, although technologically incapable of hurting Russia, is seen by the latter as part of a broader scope of Washington’s measures aimed against it. Meanwhile, as the means of the American “cleansing“ of the “rogue“ regimes missile defense indirectly threatens Russia accelerating its strategic encirclement. The possibility of overcoming this issue as well as the U.S.-Russian rapprochement is seen as a common threat which could be posed by the rising China.

Key words:
Missile defense, nuclear weapons, Russia, United States, “rogue” states.

Zoran KRSTIĆ,
Peronism as a model of social and political development: the modern Argentinian myth ABSTRACT
The subject of the analysis in this paper is the study of the emergence and evolution of the phenomenon of Peronism as the most important political movement and ideology in Argentina and perhaps in Latin America throughout the 20th century. The basic aim of this paper is to present Peronism as a political movement and model of development which emerged during the rule of Juan Domingo Perón in the mid-20th century. This movement continued to exist and last after Perón’s demission from the political scene. In recent history Peronism became something more significant than a political movement or a social development model. Because of that, Peronism can be characterized as a myth. Nowadays, Perosnism is one of the crucial factors in the socio-economic and cultural development in Argentina. The focus of research in this paper is on the presentation and explication of the notions/topics concerning Perón, his movement and rule. These ones are populism, presidentialism and personalisation of power. Also, this paper will analyse the conditions, facts and circumstances under which Peronism emerged and survived in spite of many critics and disputes in the scientific literature as well in the Argentinian politics and society.

Key words:
Peronism, presidentialism, populism, justicialism, caudillismo, oligarchy, corporatist state, Justicialist Party, Peronist Movement, authoritarian regime.

Dragoljub TODIĆ, Vladimir GRBIĆ,
Developing countries and climate change policies ABSTRACT
The paper considers the question of the position and role of developing countries in the contemporary law and policy of climate change. The basic thesis in this paper is that the position of developing countries is defined in relevant international legal documents, but that significant differences between individual categories of developing countries are not clearly emphasized. In this sense, the first part of the paper is focused on the problems of defining of the notion of developing countries. The second part gives an overview of the specific rights and obligations of developing countries within the framework of the existing system established by United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol. In particular, it highlights the content and dilemmas in the interpretation of the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities. The third part of the paper presents some common features of developing countries that are of relevance for climate change. It provides an overview of some features and elements of the policies of individual countries (members of non- Annex I, small island countries, least developed countries and developing countries which are the largest emitter of GHGs).

Key words:
Developing countries, climate change, environment, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Kyoto Protocol, non – Annex I, small island countries, the least developed countries, large emitters of greenhouse gases.

Gordana PRERADOVIĆ,
Cooperation between reparian states on issues of utilisation and protection of international watercourses with reference to activities of the Sava commission ABSTRACT
The paper analyses all forms of cooperation between states, which is essential when it comes to the matters of management, utilisation and protection of international watercourses. The most common way of cooperation is the establishment and action of international river commissions. Other forms of cooperation are manifested by holding of mutual consultations and providing notifications on relevant facts and circumstances for specific watercourse as well as by joint monitoring and evaluation of the conditions and data which are relevant for the prevention of causing damages to another state. In addition to the generalized presentation and analysis of the elements and forms of cooperation between countries on the matter of use and protection of international watercourses, the aim of the paper is to analyse the practical aspects of such cooperation, too. Therefore, the paper will analyse the work of the Sava Commission as an institutional framework within which the countries that signed the Framework Agreement for the Protection of the Sava River Basin cooperate with each other.

Key words:
International watercourse, international cooperation, Framework Agreement for Sava River Basin, Sava Commission.

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2013

International problems

Vol. LXV    N°. 2/2013

ARTICLES

Žaklina SPALEVIĆ, Željko BJELAJAC and Duško DIMITRIJEVIĆ,
Arms Trade as a Global International Problem

Pero PETROVIĆ and Željko JOVIĆ,
EconomicCrisisImpact n InternationalFinancialInstitutions: the Necessity of their Reforms

Ljiljana FIJAT,
Money Laundering Problem – Responsibility of the Financial Institutions

Dragoljub TODIĆ,
ThePlace and Role of the Environment in the Foreign Policy of the Republic of Serbia

Aleksandar JAZIĆ,
Rise and Fall of Left-Wing Terrorism

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2012

International problems

Vol. LXV    N°. 4/2012

ARTICLES

Ognjen PRIBIĆEVIĆ and Brano MILJUŠ,
Challenges and Prospects of German Foreign Policy

Miroljub JEVTIĆ,
Eastern Orthodox Church and Modern Religious Processes in the World

Duško DIMITRIJEVIĆ, Ivona LAĐEVAC, and Mihajlo VUČIĆ,
The Analysis of UN Activities in Resolving the Issue of Kosovo and Metohija

Miroslav ANTEVSKI,
China: a Flows and Effects of Foreign Direct Investment

Jelena STOJŠIĆ,
Human Rights Violation – Responsibility of an International Organisation or of Its Member States

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International Problems

VOL. LXIV    N°. 2/2012

ARTICLES

Mihaela BRATU,
Forecasting inflation in Romania to improve the monetary policy
(in English)

Duško DIMITRIJEVIĆ,
The Succession of International Treaties in Contemporary Practice

Vladan JONČIĆ and Miloš PETROVIĆ,
Military Necessity in Geneva Conventions of 1949

Vladimir GREČIĆ and Srđan KORAĆ,
Political Discourse of Extreme Right in Western Europe: the Imigration Issue

Milovan RADAKOVIĆ,
Geopolitics of the Horn of Africa

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International Problems

VOL. LXIV    N°. 1/2012

ARTICLES

Vladimir RUKAVIŠNIKOV,
The Bear and the World: Projections of Russia’s Policy after Putin’s Return to Kremlin in 2012 (in English)

Aleksandar FATIĆ and Aleksandra BULATOVIĆ,
The Problem of Truth in War Crimes Trials (in English)

Dragan ĐUKANOVIĆ and Dejan GAJIĆ,
Euro-Asian Security Integrations and Security of The Balkans and Serbia

Ivana BOŽIĆ MILJKOVIĆ,
Foreign Trade Competitiveness of the Balkan Countries Under the Conditions of Globalization

Samir MANIĆ,
Responsibility for Dishonest Negotiations – Comparative Analysis

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2011

International Problems

VOL. LXIII    N°. 4/2011

ARTICLES

Alexander LUKIN,
China’s New Foreign Policy Strategy and Russia’s Concerns (in English)

Srđan MARINKOVIĆ, Isidora LJUMOVIĆ and Aleksandar ŽIVKOVIĆ,
Foreign Direct Investment in Serbian Banking Industry: an Exploratory Study of Motives

Dragan JOVAŠEVIĆ,
International Criminal Courts – between Law, Justice, Reconciliation and Rights of Victims

Željko Đ. BJELAJAC, Dragan DAŠIĆ and Milovan SPASOVIĆ,
EU Environmental Policy and its Criminal Law Framework

Ana JOVIĆ LAZIĆ, Sanja JELISAVAC TROŠIĆ and Aleksandar JAZIĆ,
Nagorno Karabakh Problem in the Light of Bilateral Relation of OSCE Minsk Group Member Countries

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International Problems

VOL. LXIII    N°. 2/2011

ARTICLES

Goran NIKOLIĆ and Predrag PETROVIĆ,
Will the Global Economic Crisis Induce Seismic Geopolitical Changes?

Biljana PESALJ,
Competitive Advantages of Multinational Companies – The Review of Theoretical Approaches (in English)

Miroslav ANTEVSKI, Dobrica VESIĆ and Ljiljana KONTIĆ,
Regional and International Aspects of Energy Security (in English)

Marko NIKOLIĆ and Petar PETKOVIĆ,
Institutional Forms of Contemporary Ecumenical Dialogue

Miša ĐURKOVIĆ,
Hungary: Orban’s Atypical Programme of Solving the Crisis

FROM THE ACTIVITIES OF THE INSTITUTE

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VOL. LXIII    N°. 1/2011

ARTICLES

Srđan KORAĆ and Aleksandra BULATOVIĆ,
The Emerging European Defence Market

Miloš MILOVANOVIĆ,
The Crime of Aggression between Consensus and Contestation

György SIMON Jr .,
Germany and the European Economy (in English)

Vladimir TRAPARA,
The Role of OSCE Field Operations in Transition Countries

Duško DIMITRIJEVIĆ,
Demands for Property Restitution of the Former German Minority in Serbia

Hasiba HRUSTIĆ,
Impact of Loans from International Financial Institutions on the Economy of Serbia

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2010


2009

International Problems

VOL. LXI    N°. 4/2009

ARTICLES

Jasminka SIMIĆ,
Challenges Facing NATO in the 21 st Century

Branislav RADELJIĆ,
Anti-Terrorist Measures within European Neighbourhood Policy

Svetlana ĐURĐEVIĆ-LUKIĆ,
Foreign Policy of the Barak Obama Administration – a New Rhetoric or a New Course?

Ana DAMIAN-LAKIĆEVIĆ,
Prospects for Re-establishment of Co-operation between Serbia
and the Non-Aligned Movement

Stevan RAPAIĆ,
Energy Market in European Union and Interests of Serbia

Stanislav SRETENOVIĆ,
French-Serbian Relations in the 19th and 20th Centuries

FROM THE ACTIVITIES OF THE INSTITUTE

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VOL. LXI    N°. 1-2/2009

ARTICLES

Isiaka Alani BADMUS,
Humanitarian Intervention and the Protection of Civilian Populations

Grzegorz MICHALSKI,
Value Based Management Approach in Inventory Management

Miroslav ANTEVSKI,
Development Potentials of Foreign Direct Investments: Comparative International Experiences

Ivan DUJIĆ,
Corridor X - the Challenge for Serbia's Strategy toward the Mediterranean Sea and the Suez Canal

Ljubica M. ZJALIĆ,
Human Resources and their Level of Competence Relating to Engagement into Economy and Society Development

Maja SAHADŽIĆ,
Preventive Diplomacy in International Law and its Application on Territories of the Former Yugoslavia

Dalibor KEKIĆ and Dane SUBOŠIĆ,
Police diplomacy

Srđan MILAŠINOVIĆ and Želimir KEŠETOVIĆ,
Possibilities for Settlement of Internal Conflicts

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2008

International Problems

VOL. LX    N°. 2-3/2008

CONTENTS

ARTICLES

Duško LOPANDIĆ,
European Union in the New International Surroundings

Miša ĐURKOVIĆ,
New American Unilateralism

György SIMON and György SIMON Jr. ,
Some Questions of World Economic Competition

Duško DIMITRIJEVIĆ,
Regulation of Citizenship in the Territory of Former SFR Yugoslavia

Mina ZIROJEVIĆ,
Terrorism as Non-Conventional Security Threat

Srđan KORAĆ
Multinational States - Constitutional Challenges: the Case of Scotland

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VOL. LX    N°. 1/2008

ARTICLES

Svetlana ĐURĐEVIĆ LUKIĆ,
The Role of Military in the Establishment of Democratic and Effective Governance: the U. S. Approach

Aleksandar FATIĆ and Aleksandra BULATOVIĆ,
Justice and Reconciliation in the International Criminal Tribunal For the Former Yugoslavia

Vincenzo SCORDAMAGLIA,
Merger Control Rules in the EU and their Extraterritorial Application

Miroslav ANTEVSKI,
Foreign Direct Investments: Characteristics, Patterns, and Effects

Sandra STOJADINOVIĆ JOVANOVIĆ,
International Trade and Transnational Companies – Substitute or Complement

Žaklina STEPANOVIĆ PETRAC,
Bretton Woods 2 System and U.S. Balance of Payment Deficit

Bojan KOVAČEVIĆ,
“Europe of the Regions” – an Attempt to Overcome Antinomy of Freedom and Order – a Reality or Utopia

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2007

International Problems

VOL. LIX    N°. 4/2007

CONTENTS

ARTICLES

Vladimir RUKAVISHNIKOV,
Russia’s Power and Competitiveness

Irina ŽARIN,
The EU’s Regional Approach towards the Western Balkans - The Human Security Dimension

Vincenzo SCORDAMAGLIA,
Merger Control Rules in the EU and their Extraterritorial Application

Grzegorz MICHALSKI,
Portfolio Management Approach in Trade Credit Decision Making

Jelena STEVOVIĆ,
Evro-mediteransko partnerstvo: dostignuća i perspektive

Gradimir KOŽETINAC,
Uloga novca u koncipiranju monetarne politike savremenih centralnih banaka

Milan MIJALKOVSKI,
Protivteroristička prevencija države

Vesna PARAUŠIĆ,
Institucionalne i infrastrukturne prepreke konkurentnosti Republike Srbije: ocene medjunarodnih institucija i predlozi mera za prevazilaženje ograničenja privrednom razvoju

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VOL. LIX    N°. 2-3/2007

ARTICLES

Žaklina NOVIČIĆ,
Neorealism and Neoliberalism in the Contemporary Theory of International Relations

Miloš JOVANOVIĆ,
The Just War Theory and International Law

Slobodan JANKOVIĆ,
Middle East Conflicts - Basic Features

Nevenka JEFTIĆ,
Geopolicy of the Black Sea Region

Sanja JELISAVAC,
Long-Term Trends in the09-04-03 World Energy Market

Edita STOJIĆ KARANOVIĆ,
Regional and Cross-Border Co-Operation for Sustainable Development of Serbia

Ivana POPOVIĆ PETROVIĆ,
International Trade in Services – The Role of International Shipping

Tatjana JEVREMOVIĆ PETROVIĆ,
European Company in EU Law

Srđan KORAĆ,
Access to Information as a Tool of the Prevention of Corruption in EU Institutions

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2006


2005

International Problems

VOL. LVII    N°. 4/2005

ARTICLES

Nedžad BAŠIĆ,
The Balkans: From Balance of Power to Balance of Human Welfare (in English)

György SIMON and György SIMON Jr. ,
The Japanese Economic Enigma (in English)

Mlađen KOVAČEVIĆ and Vladimir GREČIĆ,
World Economy 2000-2005 – Basic Indicators

Žaklina NOVIČIĆ,
Nuclear Weapons in International Politics

Sofija SIRIŠKI,
Europe at the Crossroads: Constitution, Enlargement and the Future of European Union

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2004

International Problems

VOL. LVI    N°. 2-3/2004

ARTICLES

György SIMON Jr. ,
Market Reforms in Russia – Problems and Prospects (in English)

Ivan JANKOVIĆ,
Functioning of Market Economy and Rent-Seeking – Why It Is Necessary to Diminish the Role of Government in Economic Affairs?

Dalibor KEKIĆ,
Security Culture in the Contemporary Understanding of Security

Sonja LUČIĆ,
The Power of the European Parliament in Cooperation Legislative Procedure  (in English)

SURVEYS

Sanja JELISAVAC,
International Regulation of Intellectual Property Rights

Dragan ĐUKANOVIĆ,
Constitutional Restructuring of Bosnia-Herzegovina – Initiatives and Possibilities

ACTIVITIES OF THE INSTITUTE

BOOK REVIEWS

International Problems

VOL. LVI    N°. 1/2004

ARTICLES

Milovan VUKOVIĆ,
American Foreign Policy at the Crossroads - Between Idealism and Realism, Informal and Formal Empire, Unilateralism and Multilateralism

Nina WICHMANN,
European Union and Southeastern Europe - a Clash of the Principle of Conditionality and the Regional Approach

Vladimir O. RUKAVISHNIKOV,
Post-Cold War Russian National Identity (in English)

Aleksandar FATIĆ,
Organized Crime and the Outline of a New Structure of Security in Europe

SURVEYS

Jordan DINIĆ,
Meaning and Contents of the Programme of a Revitalization of Africa

Ivana POPOVIĆ PETROVIĆ,
World Trade Organization – Establishment, Functions, Objectives

ACTIVITIES OF THE INSTITUTE

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2003

International Problems

VOL. LV    N°. 2/2003

ARTICLES

Alexander LUKIN,
Russia between East and West (in English)

Sofija SIRIŠKI,
European Union and NATO - Transforming the Transantlantic Partnership

Siniša TATALOVIĆ,
Croatia and NATO

Aleksandar FATIĆ,
NATO Enlargement and Relations between Serbia and Montenegro and Bulgaria and Romania

Peter HAVAS,
The Renewal of Social Democracy and the „Third Way” of the British Labour Party (in English)

Mlađen KOVAČEVIĆ,
Dimensions and Causes of Long-term Decline of Prices of Primary Commodities on the World Market

ACTIVITIES OF THE INSTITUTE

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International Problems

VOL. LV    N°. 1/2003

ARTICLES

Sofija SIRIŠKI,
The Enlargement of the European Union and the Challenges of the Reform

Vladimir Međak,
Regional Policy of the European Union (in English)

Žaklina NOVIČIĆ,
Freedom of Movement for Persons in the European Union Law

Vid VUKASOVIĆ,
International Legal Regulation of the Right to Adequate Environment

György SIMON Jr. ,
Economic Transition in Yugoslavia - a View from Outside

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2002

International Problems

VOL. LIV    N°. 3/2002

ARTICLES

Živorad KOVAČEVIĆ,
The Balkans, a View into the Future - Without Internal and Regional Stability there is no Integration into Europe

Nina ŠĆEPANOVIĆ,
Internationalisation of the Competition Law

Edita STOJIĆ KARANOVIĆ,
Some Open Questions and Prospects for Co-operation of the Danube-basin Countries

Vladimir GREČIĆ,
The Role of Migrant Professionals in the Process of Transition in Yugoslavia (in English)

SURVEYS

Dragan ĐUKANOVIĆ,
Basic Constitutional Conceptions in the Countries of Former Yugoslavia - a Comparative Analysis

Žaklina NOVIČIĆ,
Constitutional Organisation of Switzerland - Experiences and Lessons

ACTIVITIES OF THE INSTITUTE

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2001

International Problems

VOL. LIII    N°. 1-2/2001

ARTICLES

Nina DOBRKOVIĆ,
The Decade of Change - Foundations of a New European Security

Vatroslav VEKARIĆ,
Yugoslavia and NATO (in English)

Vladimir BILANDŽIĆ,
Prospects for Regional Stability in the Balkans

Branislava ALENDAR,
The European Union and “New Democracies”

Branislav MILINKOVIĆ,
The Charter for European Security and Its Relevance to FRY

Gordana PEŠAKOVIĆ,
Spillover Costs of the Kosovo War for the International Community (in English)

SURVEYS

Predrag BJELIĆ,
Dispute Settlement Procedures in World Trade Organization

Stevan ĐORĐEVIĆ,
Treaties as a Source of International Law

Ljubica SRDIĆ ĐAKOVIĆ,
International Migrants - Definitions, Terminology

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2000

International Problems

VOL. LII    N°. 1-2/2000

ARTICLES

Predrag BJELIĆ,
Interdependence of Foreign Policy and International Trade

Radovan KOVAČEVIĆ,
Management of Exchange Rate Flexibility

Gordana ILIĆ,
Strengthening of the Role of the European Parliament

Duško LOPANDIĆ,
Central European Initiative - Ten Years of Multilateral Cooperation

Ivica STOJANOVIĆ,
Ownership Transformation in FR Yugoslavia

Radoje ZEČEVIĆ,
The International Position of the Danube and the Iron Gate

ACTIVITIES OF THE INSTITUTE

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1999


1998

International Problems

VOL. L    N°. 3-4/1998

CURRENT ISSUE

Introductory note

Jelica KURJAK,
National Problems in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States

Solon ARDITTIS,
Belgian Federal Way

Slobodan PAJOVIĆ,
Ethnic Problems of Spain and the System of Autonomous Regions

Brana MARKOVIĆ,
An Asymmetrical Constitutional System - Solution for Great Britain's National Problems?

Nina DOBRKOVIĆ,
Alto Adige (South Tyrol) - A Model for Resolving the Status of National Minorities?

Boris KRIVOKAPIĆ,
Ethnic Minorities in Finland

Predrag SIMIĆ,
Aland Islands - Local Self-Government as a Solution for the Position of National Minority

Michaël RISTIC,
French Case - A Special Status for Corsica “GOOD NEIGHBOURLY RELATIONS” AND MINORITIES

Mirko STOJČEVIĆ,
Czechoslovakia - A Peaceful Separation and National Problems in Newly Created States

Vladimir GREČIĆ,
Position of the Hungarian National Minority in Romania

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VOL. L    N°. 1/1998

ARTICLES

Nina DOBRKOVIĆ,
FR Yugoslavia in Search for Identity: Turning from the Past to the Future (in English)

Predrag SIMIĆ,
Yugoslavia and Regional Cooperation in Southeastern Europe

Zlatko ISAKOVIĆ,
Expansion of NATO and Security of Yugoslavia

Branislava ALENDAR,
The Sixth Enlargement of European Union - Possible Effects

Ljubica ZJALIĆ,
New Technologies, Cultural Identity and Economic Development

Branko PAVLICA,
Turkish Minority in Bulgaria

Ksenija DŽODŽO RUJEVIĆ and Lola STAMENKOVIĆ,
Functioning of the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency

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1997

International Problems

VOL. XLIX    N°. 4/1997

ARTICLES

Ljubivoje AĆIMOVIĆ,
The Balkans and European Security

Blagoje BABIĆ,
European Monetary Union, Euro and Yugoslavia

Nedžad BAŠIĆ, Donald FLEMING, William VAUGHN,
The Right of Secession as a Tool to Protect the Territorial Integrity of State (in English)

Ljubica SRDIĆ ĐAKOVIĆ,
Causes and Types of International Migrations

Biljana VANKOVSKA CVETKOVSKA,
Sovereignty Principle and Ethnic Pluralism - a Challenge to Macedonian State (in English)

Jelica KURJAK,
New Forms of Association in the Post-Soviet Area: Possibilities and Prospects

Ivica STOJANOVIĆ,
Possibilities for Development of Yugoslav-German Economic Relations

A. J. R. GROOM and Peter MANDAVILLE,
Hegemony and Autonomy in Studies of International Relations, the Continental Experience (in English)

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VOL. XLIX    N°. 2-3/1997

ARTICLES

Džemal HATIBOVIĆ,
The Evolution and Paradoxes of the New Global Power Structure

Aleksandar FATIĆ,
“New” Exclusivism in International Relations (in English)

Zlatko ISAKOVIĆ,
Ideology, Communications and Political Power

Gordana PEŠAKOVIĆ,
Processes of Regional Integration in Central and Eastern Europe and Yugoslavia (in English)

Vladimir GREČIĆ,
West European Labour Market and Yugoslavia

Vid VUKASOVIĆ,
Development of International Legal Regulation Concerning the Position of National Minorities in Europe

Alexander A. SERGOUNIN,
In Search of National Identity: Foreign Policy Schools of Thought in Post-communist Russia (in English)

Zoran KNEŽEVIĆ,
Nordic Cooperation - Main Forms and Perspectives

LECTURE

Ambassador Vilfrid GRUBER,
After the Summits in Paris and Madrid: the Role of NATO in European Security - the German View

ACTIVITIES OF THE INSTITUTE

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International Problems

VOL. XLIX    N°. 1/1997

CURRENT ISSUE

Ranko PETKOVIĆ,
USA and Yugoslavia: Historical Lessons and Dilemmas

Brana MARKOVIĆ,
Great Britain and the Crisis within the Former Yugoslavia

Nina DOBRKOVIĆ,
German Policy toward Yugoslavia after the Cold War

Jelica KURJAK and Ljubivoje PRVULOVIĆ,
Strategic Position of Russia, the Balkans and Yugoslav Crisis

Zoran STANOJEVIĆ,
Italian Policy toward the Balkans and Yugoslav Crisis

Dušan T. BATAKOVIĆ,
French Policy toward Yugoslavia - Initiatives, Limitations and Perspectives
(1991. - 1996.)

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1996

International Problems

VOL. XLVIII    N°. 4/1996

ARTICLES

Predrag SIMIĆ,
Yugoslav Foreign Policy Facing the Challenge of Changes

Ljubivoje AĆIMOVIĆ,
OSCE in the Post-cold War International Relations in Europe

Daniel N. NELSON,
America and Collective Security (in English)

Slobodan S. PAJOVIĆ,
Spanish Foreign Policy - Mediterranean Dimension

Nina DOBRKOVIĆ,
Macedonian -Yugoslav Relations: Partition, Neighbourhood, Cooperation

SURVEYS

Džemal HATIBOVIĆ,
A Great Turning Point in Development of the World Economy

Branislav MILINKOVIĆ,
The Role of Media in the Foreign Policy Making

Zoran LUTOVAC,
National Movement of the Albanians in Kosovo

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International Problems

VOL. XLVIII    N°. 3/1996

ARTICLES

Milica DELEVIĆ DJILAS,
Economic Sanctions as a Foreign Policy Tool - the Case of Yugoslavia (in English)

Aleksandar FATIĆ,
The Perspective of the Expansion of NATO into the Eastern Europe

Vid VUKASOVIĆ,
Environmental Security - an Important Issue of the Balkan Cooperation

Zoran STANOJEVIĆ,
Greek-Turkish Relations and Security of the Mediterranean

Mirko STOJEVIĆ,
Greek Foreign Policy: between the West and Balkans

Oskar KOVAČ,
The Significance of European Union for Foreign Economic Relations of Yugoslavia

Blagoje BABIĆ,
Institutional Problems in Economic Cooperation between the FR of Yugoslavia and European Union

Brana MARKOVIĆ,
Social Policy of the European Union

Johano STRASSER,
Social Democracy - Doctrine, Role and Position in Western Europe (in English)

Iván VITÁNYI,
Here and Now - on Social Democracy (in English)

Branko HORVAT,
Full Democracy - Socialism of the 21st Century (in English)

FORUM OF THE INSTITUTE

Ambassador Zhu ANKANG,
Contemporary Development in China

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International Problems

VOL. XLVIII    N°. 1-2/1996

CURRENT ISSUE

Ranko PETKOVIĆ,
Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina - a Viewpoint

Milan SAHOVIĆ,
Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina according to the Dayton Agreement

Ljubivoje AĆIMOVIĆ,
The Dayton Agreement and its Military Provisions

Konstantin OBRADOVIĆ,
Protection of Human Rights in the Dayton Agreement

Jelica MINIĆ,
Post-Dayton Economic Reconstruction

Predrag SIMIĆ,
The Yugoslav Crisis - from its Onset to the Dayton Agreement

Ambassador Ivor ROBERTS,
The Lie of the Land after Dayton

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1995

International Problems

VOL. XLVII    N°. 4/1995

ARTICLES

Aleksandar FATIĆ,
The Phenomenon of 'Liberal Internationalism' and the Relationship between Central Europe and the Balkans (in English)

Gordana ILIĆ,
Common Trade Policy and Functioning of the Internal Market of the European Union

Sofija SIRIŠKI,
The Possibilities for Central and East European States to Join the European Union

Živojin JAZIĆ,
Movement of Non-alignment - Evolution and Place in the Contemporary World

Zlatko ISAKOVIĆ,
International Position of Macedonia and the Security in the Balkans (in English)

SURVEYS

Deana SAJKO,
Israel and the PLO: the Road toward Solution of the Conflict

Dragoljub TODIĆ,
International Legal Protection of the Environment - an Analysis of Some Important Treaties

Ljubica SRDIĆ ĐAKOVIĆ,
The World Summit for Social Development

DOCUMENTATION

Brana MARKOVIĆ,
The Chronology of the Yugoslav Crisis - October-December 1995. (in English)

BOOK REVIEWS

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VOL. XLVII    N°. 3/1995

CURRENT ISSUE

Čedomir ŠTRBAC,
Yugoslav Crisis and European Security (in English)

Ljubivoje AĆIMOVIĆ,
European Security Policy and the Balkans (in English)

Vladimir BARANOVSKY,
Russia and European Security

Chris SPENCER,
A Longer Term Approach to Southeast European Instability (in English)

Zoran STANOJEVIĆ,
Yugoslav Crisis and Security of the Balkans

ARTICLES

Stanislav OCOKOLJIĆ,
Verification - a New Feature of International Military Relations

Gordana PEŠAKOVIĆ,
Disintegration versus Integration Processes in Central and Eastern Europe (in English)

Radovan KOVAČEVIĆ,
FR Yugoslavia and International Financial and Trade Organizations

DOCUMENTATION

Brana MARKOVIĆ,
The Chronology of the Yugoslav Crisis - May-September 1995 (in English)

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VOL. XLVII    N°. 1-2/1995

CURRENT ISSUE

Brana MARKOVIĆ,
Yugoslav Crisis and the World - a Viewpoint (in English)

Yasushi AKASHI,
The Role of United Nations in the Balkans (in English)

Vid VUKASOVIĆ,
The UN System of Collective Security and Yugoslav Crisis

Konstantin OBRADOVIĆ,
Plan “Z-4” - International Legal Analysis Plan “Z-4” - Discussion in the Institute

Duško LOPANDIĆ,
Legal Aspects of the Sanctions of the European Community - Example of the EC Sanctions against FR Yugoslavia

ARTICLES

Tomas FLEINER,
Nation State and Autonomy for Ethnic Communities (in English)

Obrad RAČIĆ,
On the Right of the Security Council to Interpret the UN Charter: a Possible (Advisory) Control by the International Court?

Dušan PIREC,
On the Margins of Japanese-American Relations

Božidar JOVANOVIĆ,
International Aspects of the Hong Kong Question

Gordana PEŠAKOVIĆ,
The Clash of Civilizations - the New Paradigm of World Conflicts?

DOCUMENTATION

Brana MARKOVIĆ,
The Chronology of the Yugoslav Crisis - January-April 1995 (in English)

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1994

International Problems

VOL. XLVI    N°. 4/1994

CURRENT ISSUE

Branislava ALENDAR,
Transformation of European Integration - from Community to Union

Vesna KNEŽEVIĆ PREDIĆ,
Essay on Sovereignty - Citizenship of European Union

Milutin JANJEVIĆ,
The Principle of Subsidiarity in the European Union

Džemal HATIBOVIĆ,
New Developments in the “Trade War” between USA and European Union

Radoslav BULAJIĆ,
European Integration and the Balkan Regional Cooperation (in English)

Boran KARADŽOLE,
Strategic Interests of the European Union in the Balkan and South-Eastern Europe (in English)

Zlatko ŠARIČ,
Small Economies in Transition Making for the EU Membership, with Special Reference to Slovenia (in English)

ACTIVITIES OF THE INSTITUTE

Ana DAMIAN,
International Round Table “Economic Cooperation in South-Eastern Europe and European Integration”

DOCUMENTATION

Brana MARKOVIĆ,
The Chronology of the Yugoslav Crisis - October-December 1994 (in English)

BOOK REVIEWS

International Problems

VOL. XLVI    N°. 3/1994

CURRENT ISSUE

Milenko KREĆA,
A Few Remarks About the Continuity of FR Yugoslavia and Its Membership in the United Nations (in English)

Ljubivoje AĆIMOVIĆ,
Continuity of International Legal Personality of Yugoslavia and Its Membership in the United Nations (in English)

Konstantin OBRADOVIĆ,
Again on the Problem of Continuity - Is FR Yugoslavia “Old” or “New” State? (in English)

ARTICLES

Milan ŠAHOVIĆ,
The Former Yugoslav Federation and International Law

Brana MARKOVIĆ,
Socialists and Socialdemocrats in FR Yugoslavia in Search for a New Vision of Social Transformation

Živojin JAZIĆ,
Problems of Security in Asia

Sava ŽIVANOV,
Regrouping of Political Forces in Russia (in English)

Ana DAMIAN,
Russia and Partnership for Peace

Nevena VUČKOVIĆ,
Child as a Soldier - International Legal Protection


DOCUMENTATION

Brana MARKOVIĆ,
The Chronology of the Yugoslav Crisis - July-September 1994 (in English)

BOOK REVIEWS

International Problems

VOL. XLVI    N°. 2/1994

ARTICLES

Peter RADAN,
Secessionist Self-determination: the Cases of Slovenia and Croatia (in English)

Blagoje BABIĆ,
Collapse of Yugoslav Self-management Society and a Possible Alternative (in English)

Vladimir GREČIĆ,
The Problems of Refugees in the Territories of Former Yugoslavia (in English)

Radovan KOVACEVIĆ,
Regionalization of International Trade and the Position of FR Yugoslavia

Ljubomir SEKULIĆ,
The Uruguay Round - the New Frame of World Trade

Vera PILIĆ,
Towards Creation of Modern Theory of System Transformation

Džemal HATIBOVIĆ,
Economic Rise of Asia and Its Global Implications

SURVEYS

Vojin GRKOVIĆ,
An Overview on the Present Energy Situation in the World

Ivica STOJANOVIĆ,
Economic Policy of the United Germany

Nina DOBRKOVIĆ,
Countries of Visegrad Group and Germany

DOCUMENTATION

Brana MARKOVIĆ,
Chronology of the Yugoslav Crisis - April-June 1994 (in English)

BOOK REVIEWS

International Problems

VOL. XLVI    N°. 1/1994

CURRENT ISSUE

Vid VUKASOVIĆ,
International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia (in English)

Konstantin OBRADOVIĆ,
Obligation of States to Cooperate with the International Criminal Tribunal (in English)

Pavle JEVREMOVIĆ,
An Examination of War Crimes Committed in Former Yugoslavia (in English)

ARTICLES

Zlatko ISAKOVIĆ,
Media and International Security

Sean GERVASI,
Psychological Warfare and the Balkan Crisis

Stanislav OCOKOLJIĆ,
Security in Information Society: Secrecy and Transparency

Zoran STANOJEVIĆ,
Italy and Security in the Mediterranian

SURVEYS

Zoran LUTOVAC,
Ethnic Relations in Kosovo and Metohija (in English)

Momir MILOJEVIĆ,
The Necessity to Renew Publishing of the Survey of International Treaties of Yugoslavia

DOCUMENTATION

Brana MARKOVIĆ,
Chronology of the Yugoslav Crisis - January 1994 - March 1994 (in English)

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1993

International Problems

VOL. XLV    N°. 3-4/1993

CURRENT ISSUE

Sava ŽIVANOV,
The Commonwealth of Independent States and Russia (in English)

Vladimir VEREŠ,
Disintegration of the USSR - Political and National Aspects (in English)

Gordana PEŠAKOVIĆ,
Achievements and Limitations of Economic Reforms in Russia (in English)

Momir STOJKOVIĆ,
The International Position of Russia in New Circumstances (in English)

Ljubivoje PRVULOVIĆ,
The International Economic Position of CIS and Perspectives of Economic Cooperation with FR Yugoslavia

Jelica KURJAK,
The Political Situation in Russia before and after the Referendum and Elections in 1993.

Zoran VIDOJEVIĆ,
The Causes of the Collapse of “Real Socialism” and Possibility of Vassal Dictatorship

Branko PRIBIĆEVIĆ,
The Prospects of Parliamentary Democracy in Eastern Europe (in English)

Vesna MILIĆEVIĆ,
Macroeconomic and Microeconomic Aspects of Transition to Market Economy

Zlatko ISAKOVIĆ,
Problems of Conversion of Military-Industrial Production in European ex-Socialist Countries (in English)

Milan VOJNOVIĆ,
Transnational Corporations and Eastern Europe

Mirko STOJČEVIĆ,
Czechoslovakia - A Peaceful Separation

DOCUMENTATION

Brana MARKOVIĆ,
Chronology of the Yugoslav Crisis - July-December 1993 (in English)

BOOK REVIEWS

International Problems

VOL. XLV    N°. 1-2/1993

Fred Warner NEAL,
American Views and Policies on the Yugoslav Conflict (in English)

Ranko PETKOVIĆ,
Security in the Balkans - a Possibility or a Utopia (in English)

Stelios ALIFANTIS,
Security Dilemmas in the Balkans (in English)

Zlatko ISAKOVIĆ,
The Balkan Armed Forces at the End of the Cold War (in English)

Vladimir GREČIĆ and Mirko STOJCEVIĆ,
Ethnic and Minority Conflicts in the Balkans

Dragana DJURIĆ,
Economic Linking of the Balkan Countries - Possibilities for its Achievement

CURRENT ISSUE

Branislava ALENDAR,
The European Economic Community and Research and Development of Technology

Dušan NIKOLIŠ,
US Civilian and Military Policy in Science and Technology

Džemal HATIBOVIĆ,
Strategy in Science and Technology - the Key Factor of the Development of Japan

ARTICLES

Zoran STANOJEVIĆ,
The End of Bipolarism and Security in the Mediterranean Area (in English)

Edita STOJIĆ,
Regional Cooperation of Danube-Basin Countries Today

Jelica KURJAK,
Ukraine and the Commonwealth of Independent States

DOCUMENTATION

Slobodanka KOVAĆEVIĆ and Brana MARKOVIĆ,
Chronology of the Yugoslav Crisis - June 1992 - July 1993

BOOK REVIEWS