Dr Slobodan Janković je istraživač-saradnik u Institutu za međunarodnu politiku i privredu, Beograd. Rad je realizovan u okviru projekta „Srbija u savremenim međunarodnim odnosima: Strateški pravci razvoja i učvršći- vanja položaja Srbije u međunarodnim integrativnim procesima – spoljno- politički, međunarodno ekonomski, pravni i bezbednosni aspekti“, Mini- starstva nauke Republike Srbije, ev. br. 179029, za period 2011-2016. godine
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 global political and economic policies aimed at the promotion and application of good governance, respect of human rights and democratisation. Although its documents contain popular proclamations and articulated aims towards a more assertive presence in world security, it has achieved modest results in the Middle East and North Africa, where it failed to provide unified action of its member states. Instead, NATO and the Franco-British entante frugale are indirectly taking over the functionality and efficiency of EU Common Security and Defense Policy in this region.