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EVROPSKA UNIJA: PITANJE NACIONALNOG INTERESA, MULTILATERALIZMA I ZAJEDNIČKE BEZBEDNOSNE I ODBRAMBENE POLITIKE

DELOTVORNI MULTILATERALIZAM EVROPSKE UNIJE: RAZLOZI USPOSTAVLJANJA I (NE)USPEHA U PRIMENI KONCEPTA

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Vreme globalne međuzavisnosti i međupovezanosti postavilo je pred države, ali i druge aktere globalne politike, izazov promena i prilagođavanja dotadašnjih strategija delovanja. Takvi zahtevi nisu mimoišli ni Evropsku uniju čiji je složeni aparat odlučivanja često pokazivao tromost u vremenu kada su bile potrebne hitre odluke. Evropska unija je, prepoznavši promene u globalnom sistemu, nastojala da kroz koncept „delotvornog multilateralizma“ odgovori na postojeće izazove, ali i da reši decenijske probleme nekoherentnosti u sopstvenom spoljnopolitičkom delovanju. Naše istraživanje ima za cilj da pronađe razloge odabira delotvornog multilateralizma za pouzdanu „strategiju“ Evropske unije u odnosima sa svetom, kao i da putem empirijske analize istraži da li je koncept proizveo željene rezultate. Ispitivanje primene delotvornog multilateralizma u praksi biće vršeo kroz analizu delovanja Unije u „Madridskom kvartetu“, prilikom reforme Ujedinjenih nacija i tokom krize u Libiji.

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