Geopolitical and Geoeconomical Causes of the First World War
Although the whole century has gone since the First World War, the immediate cause and reasons for its beginning has been again in the centre, not so much of scientific objective research, but in the centre of contemporary, political changeable relativized . . .
International Positioning of Serbia in the Era of Pax Americana
In this paper, the author deals with the concept and practice of nation branding, which he perceives as one of the media used to preserve the economic and political predominance by world's leading power. In the first part of the paper, the focus is on the . . .
EU Security Policy in North Africa and in the Middle East
The EU is a major trading power in the world and formally the largest economy. Yet, its security and foreign policy have minor weight in global affairs. The EU is trying to accommodate its economic interests, partnership with the USA and the promotion of the . . .
The Serbian Armed Forces as the Postmodern Military
One of views in contemporary research of civil–military relations is the postmodern view of the role of the military in the post–Cold War period. Charles H. Moskos et al suggest a typology that is suitable for cross-national research of civil-military . . .
The Influence of Electoral System on Party Fragmentation in Serbian Parliament
The subject of this paper is the impact of electoral system and other factors on high fragmentation of the Parliament in Serbia. Party system in Serbia is still not institutionalized, even after 25 years of the introduction of the multiparty system. Two-round . . .
Accountability of European Regulatory Agencies Between the Delegation of Powers and Public Accountability Models
The question of accountability of the European Regulatory Agencies (ERAs) has been the subject of the interinstitutional debate within the ‘institutional triangle’ of the European Union, but also the subject of the theoretical deliberations. In this paper . . .
The end of History, Culture of Megalopolis and Geopolitics of Polis
“The End of History” that Fukuyama predicted did not mean only the final triumph of liberal democracy, but also the final triumph of the Western civilization. Western values are transferred through the Culture of Megalopolis. This Culture aims to . . .
Securitization Theory and Floods in Serbia: The Case of Social Networks
A year ago, during the devastating floods that hit Serbia, writings of certain users of social networks, characterized as panic spreading and threat to security, was met with condemnation of public officials. They were led by the Prime Minister of the Republic . . .
Emerging of the Socialist Welfare States in Serbia and Montenegro
The socialist welfare states of Serbia and Montenegro have been gradually developing in the post War period. Despite the new, Marxist paradigms, the welfare states were embeded in the previously existing social “infrastructures.” Therefore, the paper starts . . .
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